Personnel administration over the chief of the executive office, chief clerk, clerks and other employees, such as their employment, position classification, compensation, work hours and other working conditions, status, disciplinary punishment, discipline, training, evaluation of performance, welfare and protection of benefits, shall be fixed by the Local Public Service Law (Law No. 261 of 1950), except as otherwise provided in this Law.
Chapter VII Executive Department
Section I. General Provisions
The executive department of an ordinary local public body shall have the duty to faithfully manage and execute of its own judgement and responsibility the affairs of the ordinary local public body based on its bylaws, budget and other resolutions of the assembly as well as the affairs of the ordinary local public body based on law, bylaws or other rules.
The executive department of an ordinary local public body shall be systematically organized of various executive organs with clearly-defined duties and powers under the jurisdiction of the chief executive.
Various executive organs of an ordinary local public body shall cooperate with one another under the jurisdiction of the chief executive so that they may as a whole enhance the administrative function.
The chief executive shall make best efforts to adjust any conflict of jurisdictions which may occur between executive organs under his/her jurisdiction.
(Commission and Commissioner)
There shall be established by law, in addition to the chief executive, commissions or commissioners as executive organs of the ordinary local public body.
Commissions of an ordinary local public body may issue rules and other regulations, within law or bylaws or rules of the ordinary local public body.
An ordinary local public body may in accordance with law or bylaw attach to any executive organ local disputes management commissioners, inquiry committees, examination committees, investigation committees or other organs for the purpose of arbitration, inquiry, consultation or investigation. This provision shall not be applicable to the executive organs specified by cabinet order.