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CORPORATE TRAINING AS A FACTOR OF REPRODUCTION OF THE PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES OF EMPLOYEES

Polina Ananchenkova and Victoria Tonkonog

Proceedings of the INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE, 2017, vol. 11, issue 1, 702-708

Abstract: The ensuring’s tasks of the competitiveness domestic enterprise structures which have been set before the Russian economic system in the 90s of the last century in connection with the transition to a market economy, in recent years have actualized and intensified in connection with Russia's accession to World Trade Organization (WTO) and global economic and political processes. Now many companies use the competencies as the basis of personnel management. The competence approach is very convenient for combining business goals and quality’s requirements of the knowledge and skills of the employees. The company can manage people and business processes through the competences in such way that their business goals are become achievable. At the same time the formation of competences can be carried out in different ways: both by the internal forces of organizations, and with the involvement of outside organizations, from which in turn determines the costs of training. The theoretical approaches to definition of concepts "competence" and "corporate training" are considered in article, as well as the results of the study, reflecting the practice of implementation corporate training for employees of Russian companies are presented in this article.

Keywords: staff; competences; reproduction; corporate trening. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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