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General Features of Public Law - Slovenian Perspectives
Bojan Tičar, Maša Tičar, 2024, scientific monograph

Abstract: This book is intended is to be used as an aid in understanding general features of public law from Slovenian perspective. The book has three parts. The first chapter deals with the state, its essential elements,and the various types of states, taking into consideration a range of different criteria. The second chapter introduces the basic constituent parts of the law and the forms of legal order in which these parts are vertically and horizontally incorporated. The terms are sometimes simplified in order to bring law and an understanding of it closer to readers who are not professional lawyers.The third chapter is devoted to defining basic terms of administrative and civil service law. Administrative law consists primarily of the legal norms which regulate the foundations of the organisation of the state and local communities. The last part of this chapter is devoted to civil servants and public salery system.
Keywords: state, public law, administrative law, civil servants, public salaries
Published in DKUM: 21.02.2024; Views: 182; Downloads: 13
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Enhancing the effectiveness of training through information feedback : the case of Slovenias's public administration
Blaž Rodič, Gozdana Miglič, Goran Vukovič, Bruno Završnik, Robert Leskovar, 2009, original scientific article

Abstract: After the fall of the Berlin wall, the public administrations in Central and Eastern European countries have had to adapt to an enormous number of changes in a relatively short time. Their civil servants are still facing a constantly changing regulatory framework which needs implementation and enforcement, as well as new demands from the growing private sector and the citizens. These challenges can only be met if the civil servants are highly qualified and constantly updating their qualifications. A sound system of in-service training is therefore crucial to keep the public servants on equal footing with the rapidly changing environment. The research presented in this paper analyzed the practices of training evaluation as an information feedback in a branch of Slovene state administration. We analyzed the attitudes of employees towards evaluation with the assumption that there probably are notable differences between the attitudes of public servants depending on their demographic qualities. The results of the research, that 414 public servants have participated in, show that the position in the hierarchy has the strongest influence on their attitude towards evaluation. Empirical data also show that most of the employees are willing to participate in a continuous and objective training evaluation, but the leading public servants are less involved in the evaluation than expected.
Keywords: civil servants, evaluation processes, information feedback, goal oriented systems, public administration, training, training effectiveness
Published in DKUM: 10.07.2015; Views: 1395; Downloads: 147
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