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The right to review professional ranks and titles is further decentralized during the promotion of reform in this respect.
2018-05-24 09:38:59

Another important step has been taken in the reform of the system of professional ranks and titles in our province. Recently, the Provincial Bureau of Human Resources and Social Security issued the Notice on Doing a Good Job in the Reform of Professional Ranks and Titles in 2018 (hereinafter referred to as the “Notice”). It is clear that this year our province will focus on promoting the reform of the system of professional ranks and titles in eight key fields of health, natural science research, engineering, higher schools, primary and secondary schools, publicity and propaganda, culture, and agricultural technology.
The highlights of the reform of the evaluation of professional ranks and titles in key areas in our province feature changing the traditional practice of the monopoly of the right to review professional ranks and titles by the government departments, the inadequate say given to the employers, and the unicity of the evaluation, promoting the classification, decentralization, and autonomy of the review of professional ranks and titles, and fully respecting the characteristics and growth patterns of professional and technical personnel in different positions and at different levels.
The reporter noted that the "Notice" requires further decentralization of the right to review professional ranks and titles. According to the stipulation, this right is given to the employers, to promote talent-and-intelligence-intensive institutions such as higher schools, hospitals, research institutes, etc. to organize review in accordance with administrative authority. For example, in the field of health, our province will expand the scope of pilot reforms for independent review and employment in medical institutions, and the provincial and municipal tertiary hospitals (including class A and class B) and county (prefecture city) pilot hospitals will implement reforms of autonomous review and employment. In addition, the right to review and employ is given to all walks of life, to promote social evaluation. However, the decentralization of the right to review professional ranks and titles does not mean that “it has been let go” in that the “Notice” clearly states that it is necessary to focus on the integration of decentralization and supervision and to strengthen the supervision during and after the review and employment.

 

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