A Novel Way of Human Resources Development in the Romanian Civil Service



This article addresses issues regarding civil service development in the context of public administration reform. There are a wide variety of approaches to the development of the civil service between the countries of Europe. The issues raised by this article are based on the experiences and lessons learnt during the implementation of the Young Professionals Scheme (YPS) in Romania. The YPS is a EU PHARE funded civil service development project, which has a large training component, and which aims to attract some of the best Romanian graduates into the civil service system. This program selects the potential candidates, then trains and assesses them, and assists their placement into the civil service system, following a fast-track career program.


human resources development; civil services; implementation; novel way;

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