Career Management in Modern Companies - Methodological Aspects
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Claudia Isac: University of Petroşani, Romania
Annals of the University of Petrosani, Economics, 2008, vol. 8, issue 1, 183-194
Over the last period, the literature specialized in management reports a fundamental paradigm transfer as far as the role of human resources goes in the functioning of the modern organization system. Career management represents a complex process of planning and accomplishing personnel objectives and strategies which enable the company to answer its own internal needs regarding the use and the development of human resources; on the other hand it encourages employees to take control of their own development in order to maintain and enhance their employability. Professional development and training of employees, followed by professional evaluation and promotion based on reasonable criteria of human resources make use of some elaborate methodologies due to their major contribution in reaching the objectives of an efficient career management. This paper reviews all the acknowledged methods and techniques but also the most modern approaches applied successfully in career management.
Keywords: career management; method; technique; human resources management; professional development; improving professional development; training programmes; staff evaluation; career advancement (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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