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Upravljanje človeških virov, Slovenija 2004 : mednarodna primerjalna študija
Svetlik, Ivan (Author), Černigoj-Sadar, Nevenka (Author), Ignjatović, Miroljub (Author), Kanjuo Mrčela, Aleksandra (Author), Kohont, Andrej (Author), Kopač, Anja (Author), Mesner-Andolšek, Dana (Author), Nadoh Bergoč, Jana (Author), Pavlin, Samo (Author), Stanojević, Miroslav (Author), Trbanc, Martina (Author)

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Abstract
Namen mednarodne primerjalne študije Upravljanje človeških virov je zbrati podatke o stanju na področju upravljanja s človeškimi viri v Sloveniji in primerjava zbranih podatkov s stanjem v Evropski uniji in v tranzicijskih državah. Daje nam podatke o upravljanju s človeškimi viri v slovenskih organizacijah, ki zaposlujejo večje število delavcev (praviloma 200) v vseh sektorjih gospodarstva, v javnih zavodih in v državni upravi. Raziskava je nastala v sodelovanju s Cranfield network (CRANET), ki jo koordinira Cranfield University, Scholl of Management. Podatki v raziskavi so pridobljeni s pomočjo standardiziranega vprašalnika z večino vprašanj zaprtega tipa. Na vprašanja so praviloma odgovarjali vodje služb za kadrovske/človeške vire. Ker gre za del mednarodne raziskave je mogoča primerljivost med posameznimi članicami CRANETA in primerjava z drugimi organizacijami v Sloveniji oz. "benchmarking upravljanja človeških virov". Slovenske podatke glede upravljanja s človeškimi viri lahko primerjamo z mednarodnimi podatki za skupino držav Evropske unije, nekaterimi tranzicijskimi državami in nekaterimi bolj razvitimi državami sveta.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:služba za kadrovske vire, služba za človeške vire, strategija in politika podjetja, praksa kadrovanja, pridobivanje in izbira kadrov, metode izbire, ranljive skupine, fleksibilne oblike dela, izobraževanje in razvoj zaposlenih, uspešnost usposabljanja, načini usposabljanja, razvoj menedžmenta, ocenjevanje delovne uspešnosti, usklajevanje delovnega in družinskega življenja, porast/krčenje števila zaposlenih, nadomestila in ugodnosti, plače, odnosi in komunikacije z zaposlenimi, sindikati, svet delavcev, načini sporočanja, mednarodne primerjave
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:2.20 - Complete Scientific Database or Corpus
Organization:FDV - Faculty of Social Sciences
Year:2006
Publisher:Fakulteta za družbene vede, Arhiv družboslovnih podatkov
Place:Ljubljana
UDC:005.95/.96(497.4)
COBISS.SI-ID:26910045 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:international comparative study
Abstract:
The purpose of this study is to gather the data about current situation on the field of human resource management in Slovenia from international comparative perspective. The data allow comparison with the countries of EU and transition countries. Research was coordinated trough Cranfield network (CRANET) by Cranfield University, Scholl of Management. The data offers the possibility of benchmarking human resources management in Slovenia. Details of data and collection: The data is collected through a standardised, postal, questionnaire. The questionnaire is addressed to the most senior HR/personnel specialist. Questions are focused at organisational level. The survey covers major areas of HRM policies and practices. It is not an opinion survey: questions require factual answers (numbers or percentages) or a yes/no response to factual questions (e.g. do you use...).

Keywords:human resource management, strategy and corporate policies, staffing practice, policy for recruitment and selection, methods of selection, specifically targeted vulnerable groups, flexible working practices, employees training activities, effectiveness of training, mode of training, development of management, appraisal system, reconciliation of work and family life, change in total number of employees, incentive schemes, salary, relationship and communication with employees, members of a trade union, workers' council, communication mode, international comparisement

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