However, a good example of how a merit system
can actually be a dynamic engine for a novel "knowledge economy" is Singapore.
Even if it is difficult to prove a direct connection between the establishment of the merit system
and the diminishment of corruption, the assumption that the creation of a professional, stable and politically neutral bureaucracy had an important influence, both in the modernization of the respective countries and in reducing corruption, may be valid to a large extent.
The new merit system
is like a game of ' musical chair', one leaves and the other takes it.
The auditor generals under GAO were career employees of the merit system
who started out as clerks.
Khan claimed that the conspiracy against government has been led by government's own people and urged to impose merit system
to demolish artificial democracy.
The Alba management has also announced an upgrade to the existing merit system
to include safety in the performance criteria.
The merit system
will be based on detachment commander rank, field training rank, Air Force Officer Qualification Test score, academic aptitude and cumulative grade point average.
My candidate took office and instituted a merit system
, but decided not to take the cable TV out of the jail.
The education ministry said that it was appointing 6,305 teachers based on the merit system
, adding that they had all been approved by the civil service ministry.
His presentation was on the upcoming merit retention elections, including the history of the merit system
in Florida, the role of appellate judges, and accessing resources for information via The Florida Bar's public education program "The Vote's in Your Court" on the web at www.
Importantly, the new merit system
gave voters an opportunity to assess a sitting judge on the basis of merit through a nonpartisan judicial merit retention vote.
Idaho teachers are working under several new roles passed by lawmakers last year, one being a new merit system
to reward teachers that go above and beyond.