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Pridobivanje kadrov v slovenskih podjetjih v kontekstu povečanih kadrovskih potreb
Bolka, Jan (Author), Kohont, Andrej (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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V diplomskem delu analiziram in raziščem področje pridobivanja kadrov. V tem smislu se posvetim slovenskih podjetjem in procesu pridobivanja kvalificiranih kadrov ob predpostavki povečanih kadrovskih potreb. Namen je podjetjem predstaviti pojem kadrovanja v praksi in podati predloge za olajšanje procesov pridobivanja novih kadrov, ko se potreba po teh poveča. S pomočjo pregleda domače in tuje literature sem postavil teoretične okvirje procesa kadrovanja in metod pridobivanja kadrov. V empiričnem delu sem s pomočjo metode strukturiranega intervjuja preučil in opisal stanje na trgu dela v 8 različnih slovenskih podjetjih, analiziral sem potrebe po kadrih in podal predloge za izboljšave. Zaradi pomembnih prednosti, ki jih omenjajo tudi intervjuvanci, priporočam pri iskanju kadrov sodelovanje s kadrovskimi agencijami, višje plače določenih predvsem fizično zahtevnejših poklicev in zavzemanje za krajše administracijske postopke pridobivanja domačih in tujih kadrov. V predstavitvi rezultatov sem odgovoril na vsa zastavljena raziskovalna vprašanja, ki so pripomogla k boljšemu razumevanju stanja na trgu dela in področju pridobivanja kadrov na slovenskih tleh. Najbolj pogosta metoda iskanja zaposlitve v zasebnem sektorju je preko kadrovskih agencij in spletnih portalov. Delodajalci menijo, da ponudba delovne sile na slovenskem trgu trenutno ne zadovoljuje kadrovskih potreb podjetij.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:Pridobivanje kadrov, slovenska podjetja, povečane kadrovske potrebe, trendi kadrovanja, gospodarska kriza.
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Organization:FDV - Faculty of Social Sciences
Year:2019
COBISS.SI-ID:36434781 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Candidate recruitment in Slovenian companies in the context of increased staffing needs
Abstract:
In this paper, I analyze and research the field of candidate recruitment. From this angle, I focus on Slovenian companies and the process of acquiring qualified personnel assuming the occurence of increased staffing needs. The purpose is to explore the notion of recruitment in praxis and to make proposals facilitating the process of acquiring new staff during increased staffing needs. Through reviewing domestic and foreign literature, I set out the theoretical frameworks of the recruiting process and the recruitment methods. In the empirical part I conducted structured interviews through which I examined and described the situation on the job market in 4 different Slovenian companies, analyzed the staffing needs and made suggestions for improvements. Due to important advantages offered and mentioned also by the interviewees I recommend the use of human resources agencies for personnel recruitment, pay increases especially in physically demanding jobs and promoting shorter administrative procedures in regards to acquiring domestic and foreign personnel. In the presentation of the results, I answered all research questions which helped better understand the situation on the labor market and the field of personnel recruitment in Slovenia. The most common method of recruitment in the private sector is through recruitment agencies and online portals. Employers believe that the labor supply on the Slovenian market does not currently meet the staffing needs of companies.

Keywords:Candidate recruitment, slovenian companies, increased staffing needs, trends in human resources, the economic crisis.

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