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DGIST, Converting Temporary Employees to Permanent

  • 조회. 105
  • 등록일. 2019.01.09
  • 작성자. International Affairs Team

DGIST, Converting Temporary Employees to Permanent
- Promoted organizational stability by converting 92 administrative and technical workers into full-time positions -

 

Appointment Ceremony Group Photo
▲ DGIST Empoyees pose for a photo at a new appointment ceremony on 7 January.

 

DGIST held a new appointment ceremony that converted 92 part-time, administrative, and technical workers into full-time positions in Consilience Hall at 2pm on Monday, January 7.

According to the Guideline for Conversion of Public Sector Part-time Workers into Full-time Position, DGIST organized a Deliberation Committee for Full-time Position Conversion (hereinafter committee) consisting of 8 external committee members and 8 internal committee members. By analyzing the size and current status of part-time workers by job type, conversion method, and procedure and collecting stakeholders’ opinions, the committee has converted part-time jobs into full-time over the past year. 

Through the conversion, DGIST has newly appointed 92 out of 100 candidates for administrative and technical positions as full-time positions and will recruit the remaining 8 workers through public hiring.

This conversion will allow DGIST to nurture science and technology specialists, generate convergent research performances, and strengthen administrative service needed to achieve scientific technology commercialization while promoting the stability of organizational management and operation.

DGIST will complete the conversion of temporary research, dispatch, and service positions into full-time positions as soon as possible though a fair procedure. Acting President Young-chan Bae of DGIST said “We have completed converting administrative and technical positions into full-time positions for a long time through fair procedure to work with many different members. We will do our best so that we can finish converting temporary research, dispatch, and service positions into full-time workers as soon as possible.”