The Personnel Office was established in accordance with the Personnel Management Act and the NCKU Regulations for Personnel Management Setup to manage the employment, recruitment, transfers, salary, leave of absence, dealing with salary scales, welfare, insurance, retirement, pension, and personnel information management, etc.
The major duties of the personnel administration in the university are conducted in accordance with the personnel acts and regulations and the university’s personnel policies. In association with the school development, the office provides support to various units depending on demands. It aims to promote administration efficacy with economical and effective applications of the organization and human resources. Aiming to enhance the administration efficacy, it endeavors to boost the school development.
Distinguished human resources are the key to encourage school development. In accordance with the needs of school development and modern ideas of human resources, the Personnel Office set four core tasks:
1. Establish forward looking personnel regulations with innovative spirits;
2. Promote the quality and efficacy of personnel services with enterprising conducts;
3. Take care of the rights of the faculty and staff in the university with professional-oriented expertise;
4. Activate and encourage the organization’s morale from the perspectives of care and concern.
◆The core values of public servants are “integrity, loyalty, professionalism, efficacy, and concern.” ◆
- Integrity: Personnel officers should be honest and just, with lofty personalities. Personnel officers should be incorruptible, serve with self-restraint, refuse to accept unjust enrichment and refrain from improper interests. Personnel officers should serve with justice, considering balanced interests of different parties to construct an environment suitable for all benign existence.
- Loyalty: Personnel officers should be loyal to the Constitutions, laws, country, and people. Personnel officers should observe honor, sincerity, and honesty, serving people with a strong sense of moral and responsibility.
- Professionalism: Personnel officers should observe the global trends and learn new knowledge and know-how demanded by their duties, being familiar with related laws, regulations, and policies. Personnel officers should maintain life-long learning to innovate, remain professional, and keep up with the times to provide people with first-rate public service.
- Efficacy: Personnel officers should use efficient methods to simplify procedures. Personnel officers should study related laws and regulations to make schemes with cost benefits. Personnel officers should develop administration efficacy to promote administration efficiency and accomplishments at work, achieving the goals of policies.
- Concern: Personnel officer should keep people’s well-being in mind to provide friendly services. When handling difficulties and issues encountered by people, they should stand in the other’s shoes to provide necessary help and care for the promotion of their benefits.