Ensuring the Growth of Enterprises and Organizations through the Motivation of Managerial Staff
V.O. Peniuk and
International Journal of Economics & Business Administration (IJEBA), 2020, vol. VIII, issue 2, 219-228
Purpose: The article studies the motivational issues of managerial staff in the context of ensuring the growth of enterprises and organizations. Design/Methodology/Approach: Eurostat data have been used within the framework of the disclosure of the article. Such methods of economic analysis as generalization and comparison have been applied for processing statistical data. Findings: It has been established that in the countries of European Union, such as Great Britain, Spain, Germany, Poland and France, there is an acceptable, in particular high level of satisfaction of their own job by employed persons, including managerial employees (managers). It has been established, that timely identification and diagnosis of problematic situations that arise on the path of development and growth of enterprises and organizations substantially depends on the level of qualification and professionalism of the head, that is, the manager. Practical Implications: The results are interesting from the theoretical and practical aspects to be applied for the improvement of the motivation to employees, including managerial staff at the enterprises and organizations. Originality/Value: The insight of the article’s subject matter requires an analysis of such key indicators as the occupational level, population’s education index, individual level of the population’s digital skills, the proportion of people who speak a foreign language, the proportion of people employed and at the same time are satisfied with their job.
Keywords: Motivation; managerial staff; enterprise; organization; development. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: L51 Q12 M20 M54 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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