ROMANIANS IMMIGRATION AND EMMIGRATION, EU IMPACT-EMMIGRATION CASE
Proceedings of the INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE, 2017, vol. 11, issue 1, 749-755
The purpose of this paper is to present some alternatives/ solutions for the organizations from Romania affected by migration phenomena and also EU impact, from organization point of view. Based on data collected in a research, which can be extended correlated with EU statistics for the current situation in Romania and Europe the same, this paper will present the case of Romanians which intend to emigrate and can be a start for politics development at national level with EU impact. One limitation for the present paper are the data collected almost at 10 years ago; but the current Romania statistics sustain the Romanian population trend to emigrate abroad is still increased; accordingly the statistics at European level, Romania is the second after Siria( 13%) with 3.4 mil Romanians working abroad. Implications of these findings suggest that management has to be open for new challenges worldwide and contribute for future organization and create the premises for modern tools and methodologies implementation and reconsider performance and career management tools and also immigrants as labor force alternative, to keep their labor force inside organization.
Keywords: migration; emigration; immigration; organization of future. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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