1. Meritocracy. At the end of their secondary education, people will be taken from their old home, and each will be given a new identity, and put at a standardised level in society. With this as a base-plate, they will be allowed to enter into the bottom rung of whichever occupation they desire, provided there are sufficient spaces. If there are not sufficient spaces, relevant school marks (more on this later) will be looked at to see who should get the job. Those not accepted will be put into their next choice, if the above allows for it. Should they prove incapable of that, they will be assigned to a different job more in keeping with their talents. Those capable of doing the job will be assessed on their performance after 6 months, and any available jobs on the next tier will be filled with the most qualified in the lower group. Qualification will be assessed purley on performance. Should someone wish to change professions, transfer forms must be submitted, and the applicant put through a series of trials to determine their suitability to the new position. Jobs requiring large amounts of training will have a suitable time allotted to training, with bi-monthly assessments on candidate suitability for the final position. Note: there WILL be limits on the number of openings in each career path. NOT EVERYONE can grow up to be an astronaut after all, it's not practical.
2. Standardised Education. All schools will teach the same curriculum, which will hopefully give students a decent idea of what the various career paths have to offer. This will give them a good idea of what they may want to do, as well as giving everyone a fairly level start.
3. Objective Assessment. To avoid potential bias, there will be a specialised branch of public service to do assessments on work performance. These people be put into as little contact with those they are assessing as possible. This will be more difficult for more public roles, naturally, so for the more public role, assessment will be done by committee. All assessments will be looked over by at least two people with access to all the same resources as the assessor, to evaluate it's neutrality and validity.
4. Freedom of religion and sexuality.
5. Contribution Based Pay. The pay for different occupations will be based on their contribution to the society as a whole. This will give the people who actually do the work pay they deserve, while people who sit around looking pretty will have to learn to do so on much less. Also, no welfare. Anyone who doesn't want to work had better finds someone who's prepared to support them.
It took me a while thinking of the last couple, as my main points were covered early on.