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Sociosphera

Publisher: Ltd. Research and Publishing Center "Sociosphere"

ISSN: 2078-7081

Started in 2010

Published quarterly

 

Professionalism of Staff as a Major Factor for the Efficiency of Public Service in the Republic of Bulgaria

Cherkezov V.
South-West University «Neofit Rilski»

Abstract
This article aims to support the thesis that the professionalism of staff employed in Public Service in the Republic of Bulgaria should be put forth as a major factor for Administration’s effectiveness. It is recommended staff professionalism to be identified as a main priority of the Bulgarian government. Upgrading of training in public administration, career development opportunities and introducing of a code for employee ethic and integrity will contribute for the improvement of public service in general and for its successful integration in the European Administrative Space.

Keywords: public service; staff; professionalism.

Column: Political Science

For Reference

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