Jakarta civil servants hope meritocracy system continues
Ivany Atina Arbi
The Jakarta Post
Imposing harsh sanctions, dismissing, or even demoting underperforming civil servants or those who violate regulations has become common practice for Jakarta governors in this leadership period.
At first, many opposed such a system, but it seems to have successfully changed the work culture among employees in the city administration.
Some hope the carrot and stick method would cont...
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