Estudo das remoções dos servidores técnico-administrativos em uma instituição pública de ensino superior
Priori, Marilda Cristina
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Allocating or reallocating civil servants at a public institution of higher education is not an easy task. The working areas are various and balancing the institutional and personal needs is a major challenge for People Management organs. This research aims at studying internal reorganizations from 2012 to 2016, by public administrative technicians of the Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar). The present study is characterized as a case study, with an exploratory and descriptive approach with quantitative emphasis, besides bibliographical and documental research and questionnaires as a technical procedure. A documental research of service reports published at the institution website and internal spreadsheets used by Pró-Reitoria de Gestão de Pessoas (ProGPe) for the reorganizations was carried out. The study has concluded that the major movement happened in 2015, with 75 reorganizations. Considering the workers’ profiles, it was identified that most of them are female and they are aged from 28 to 37 years old. They have been at the institution for less than three years of effective practice and have higher degrees than required for the position. In order to identify the most recurring reasons for the reorganization processes, a questionnaire was used with closed questions to 107 servants. It was possible to conclude that work overload and responsibilities’ excess are the major reasons for the reorganization requests, followed by relationship problems with manager/boss and dissatisfaction with the team and colleagues. Considering these results, this study aims at assisting a future People Management policy which could be more appropriate.