IMF SHORT TERM ADVISER HELEN BOLTON VISITED THE GENERAL DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION.
According to the memorandum between the General Department of Taxation (GDT) and the international monetary fund, the new project entitled Improving Taxpayer Compliance (RM-TF) planned to be implemented from 1st of May 2017 to 30th of April 2020. The overall aims of this intensive TA project are to increase Mongolia’s tax yield by improving taxpayers’ compliance.
The purpose of the visit was to focused on public administration and management issues involving competency based performance management system, identifying additional performance feedback practices and understanding the workforce planning process.
Helen Bolton has provided comments and response recommendations on a survey issued by Civil Service Council. The purpose of the survey was to study the current status of the performance management of public administration organizations and identifying problems causing issues. And she worked with public administration and management department human resources staff to identify some of the performance feedback practices that may be useful for managers and developed the following:
· Manager’s Guide to Common Performance Appraisal Errors
· Manager’s Guide to Providing Performance Feedback
· Manager’s Guide to Common Employee Reactions to Performance Feedback
· Step by Step Guide to Workforce Analysis and Planning.