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RAZVOJ LOKALNE SAMOUPRAVE

• stvaranje organizacije sa svrhom • poboljšanje zajedničkog rada ljudi zaposlenih u jedinicama lokalne samouprave • razvoj organizacijske strukture s jasnom raspodelom uloga i odgovornosti • povećanje sposobnosti lokalne samouprave u razvoju i sprovođenju programa koji poboljšavaju živote njihovih građana

MODERNIZACIJA DRŽAVNE UPRAVE

• programski dokumenti i memorandumi • profesionalizacija ljudskih potencijala • procena razvojnog statusa i organizacijske procene • povećanje administrativnog kapaciteta državne uprave

RAZVOJ KOMUNALNIH USLUGA I INFRASTRUKTURE

• unapređenje nivoa usluga komunalnih predužeća prema potrošačima • povećanja efikasnosti JKP • identifikacija prioritetnih projekata za investicije u komunalnu infrastrukturu • edukacija za pripremu projekata i poznavanje metodologije pristupa fondovima EU ili drugih donatora.

LOKALNI REGIONALNI RAZVOJ I MEĐUOPŠTINSKA SARADNJA

• Utvrđivanje optimalnog obima međuopštinske saradnje, kako bi se ostvarile uštede • Savetovanje o pravnim formama međuopštinske saradnje • Savetovanje o usklađenosti sa zakonodavnim okvirom međuopštinske saradnje • Savetovanje o restruktuiranju opštinske administracije • Podršku osmišljavanju i radu zajedničkih upravljačkih struktura

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Finished Human Resource Management and Development Programme

     The Human Resource Management and Development Programme (HRMDP) was implemented from 01 May 2012 - 31 October 2013. Considering the project context four factors affected the implementation: post-elections and further political instability, changes at senior and middle management level in LSGs and problems with knowledge and familiarity of newly appointed political leadership and middle management on mandates with LSGs framework and most importantly the delays in the adoption of laws related to the employees in the LSGs.

 

 

 

     Through ATPs and joint trainings, more than 30 workshops were organized and more than 570 employees of the partner LSGs participated. A large number of employees were further evolved in other specialized and certified trainings organized through the ATP implementation. Through different topic areas and in line with specific needs mentoring and couching was provided for the employees which proved to be extremely useful and helpful for the LSGs in improving employee capacities. Support and mentoring of the ‘old MSP programme partner LSGs’ to the new partner municipalities proved to be an adequate approach in the programme implementation.

Property management in local self-governments

    The representatives of local self-governments involved in the Human Resources Management and Development Programme for Local Self-Governments, financed by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), had the opportunity to attend a two-day workshop on "Property Management in the units of local self-government" on 25-26th October 2013, in Hotel Omorika – Tara.

      During the first day, the participants were informed of the importance and goals of asset management, and all necessary preparatory activities are analyzed, the legal framework as a basis for defining the responsibilities has been discussed, and possible organization and division of responsibilities was presented.

     The second day was devoted to the organization of the property inventory, registration rights of public ownership, asset portfolio, the portfolio contents and design, as well as the types and classification of assets. The workshop was completed with detailed analysis of the role of local self-governments in asset management and referral mechanisms for checking the effectiveness of the procedures in the establishment of asset management.

       An interest in the relevant practices in the country and region, with an intensive exchange of experience and understanding of best practices was particularly emphasized.

Document management process of human resources management in local self-governments

    The workshop "Document Management in the Human Resource Management in Local Government”, was held on 21st October 2013 in the conference hall of Hotel Tourist in Kraljevo, within the Project Human Resource Management and Development Programme for Local Self-Governments, financed by Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC).

 

     At a one-day workshop, 13 representatives from six local self-governments had the opportunity to learn about the following topics: Document Management (classification, storage and searching documents, version control, access rights and document security), Business Process Management (support the design and development of business processes, forwarding documents, warnings and notifications generation), Records management, which includes monitoring of legal and business aspects of documents, taking care of the deadlines keeping and archiving, and ensuring the legislative, legal and business alignment.

 

    Through active participation, participants identified all supporting documents in the processes of human resource management, and the necessity to identify ways to reduce the needs for storage space for keeping documents in paper form, reducing the time for document search and reducing the risk of non-compliance with the legislation of documents or standards was highlighted as an important conclusion.

WORKSHOP OF GENDER EQUALITY - LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT AS EMPLOYER

    Within the Human Resource Management and Development Programme for local self-governments" funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), workshop on "Gender equality - local self-government as an employer” was held on 16th October 2013 in Kraljevo.

 

    Chiefs and employees of human resources management departments in local self-governments were involved as participants in this workshop. Participants were introduced to the concept and importance of gender equality and all issues and contexts that touch gender equality. Also, an important aspect that has been processed referred the international and national documents in terms of local self-governments’ obligations in establishing employment relationships, placement and advancement of employees.

 

   The analysis of the problem in some local self-governments presented conclusions on how to improve gender equality from the perspective of local self-government as an employer.

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