Ministry of Personnel Management

The Ministry of Personnel Management (Korean: 인사혁신처; Hanja: 人事革新處) is an independent organisation under Office of Prime Minister of South Korea responsible for human resource management of the executive branch of the government. It also oversees the government employees pension which is managed by Government Employees Pension Service. It is led by vice-ministerial-level Minister of Personal Management. The current Ministry was formed in 2014 and moved to its current headquarters in Sejong City in 2016. Its history can be traced back to 1948 when Bureau of Personal Management was created under now-Ministry of the Interior and Safety and Presidential Commission on Higher Civil Service Examination[1].

Ministry of Personnel Management
(MPM)
인사혁신처
Agency overview
Formed19 November 2014
Preceding agencies
  • Bureau of Personnel Management
  • Presidential Commission on Higher Civil Service Examination
JurisdictionGovernment of South Korea
Headquarters499, Hannuri-daero, Sejong, South Korea
Employees361
Agency executive
  • Hwang Seo-chong, Minister of Personnel Management
Parent departmentOffice of Prime Minister of South Korea
Child agency
  • National Human Resources Development Institute
    Appeals Commission.
Websitehttp://www.mpm.go.kr/english/

It has two child agencies both led by vice-ministerial-level heads - National Human Resources Development Institute (NHI) and Appeals Commission.

References

  1. "Our History< ABOUT MPM< Ministry of Personnel Management". www.mpm.go.kr. Retrieved 2019-08-25.
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