The GPF places
considerable importance on human resources management and has included
corporate governance as a main area of its strategic plans. The Fund has
conducted an analysis on internal and external environmental factors that are
seen as important to achieving organizational goals in order to formulate
responsive HR policies and procedures. The GPF also ensures that its operations
are aligned with international standards and with Thailand’s 20-year National
Strategy and Reform Plans (2018-2037), specifically in the areas of human
capital and public-sector development. Integrity and expertise in respective
areas are desirable qualities in GPF employees. The GPF is also driven to foster
a corporate culture built on efficiency, transparency, accountability and
emphasis on the public good. Such corporate culture is the backbone of good
governance as outlined in the Integrity and Transparency Assessment (ITA).
The GPF has implemented its Human Resources Management Policy as part of the organization’s strategic plan and in the day-to-day operations. The policy has been implemented in accordance with the organizational rules and regulations in the following areas:
In accordance with the regulations prescribed by the GPF Committee, the Fund has established policies related to many areas such as recruitment, salary sturcture, welfare and benefits, leave policy, performance management and promotions, disciplinary, appeals, complaints, and compensation proceedings.
To enhance the efficiency of its human resources management, GPF has been using technology in several aspects of its HR operations, e.g. training approval request, leave request, salary and overtime calculation and employee profile database.