Throughout 2009, Neger Sembilan Forestry Department operates with a 269, number of employees or 84.9% compared to 317 approved establishment. In addition, the administration of the Forestry Department of Negeri Sembilan Darul Khusus is also supported by a total of 14 staff members appointment on contract basis. A total of 47 fixed positions a number of largely from among uniformed personnel could not be filled.
Forestry Department of Negeri Sembilan Darul Khusus have problems filling the staff uniforms, especially from among Foresters normal Levels owing to lack of qualified candidates from the State. Staffing and staff positions that have yet to be able to discharge its duties and responsibilities effectively in view of the scope of work and the current workload is much different from the base year establishment application is made. Notwithstanding that, the appropriate initiatives had been taken to advertise this position publicly to the Malaysians.
To solve the problem of the scope of work and the workload at present among them is, adherence to the resolution of the MC & I (2002), MS ISO 9001:2000, key performance indicators (KPIs) and concentration were given to other forestry-related aspects such as the development and management of eco-tourism/state parks, biodiversity, hydrological and herb garden.
Forestry Department of Negeri Sembilan Darul Khusus also has developed a new proposal organization number of employees a total of 570 people covering various stages of the post.
Human Resource Management Information System (HRMIS)
HRMIS is an application under electronic government initiatives adopted in Nine State Forestry Department. It is a system of Public Sector human resource management, integrated and comprehensive competency-based begun from the strategic planning process of manpower and recruitment (competency owner) until the retiree. To be implemented in all public sector agencies have been effected by the service circular Number 12 2005, dated June 8, 2005.
Implementation of HRMIS begins with the preparation of the data base, followed by a Personal record information updates and service profile. It is used as a Key Performance Indicator (KPI) for all Department heads so that more attention can be given to the implementation of the HRMIS. Successful implementation requires the support and involvement of the HRMIS positive and effective by all parties including senior management, human resources manager, human resources Administrator, owner of competency and the system administrator.
Furthermore, the Forestry Department of Negeri Sembilan Darul Khusus has received the highest achievement in HRMIS management throughout 2009.