HUMAN RESOURCES’ PERFORMANCE IN CAREER - A GOAL FOR A COMPETITIVE ORGANIZATION
Constanta Popescu and
Roxana SURCEL (georgescu)
Proceedings of the INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE, 2017, vol. 11, issue 1, 863-870
The professional development of an employee is a long-term process that covers his entire career (Cole, 2004). This involves adding new knowledge and skills both to the qualification that a person already possesses, and in relation to multi-skilling or re-skilling. The present research shows the most important results of the teaching staff’s career performance in DAmbovita County. The performance analysis was done simultaneously with the results obtained within the organisation. The data has been collected using a questionnaire applied to a representative sample of teaching staff from the pre-university educational system in the county, teachers who are active in theoretical, technological and vocational high schools. The collected data served to provide an overview of the career performance’s impact upon the teacher’s results and the organization’s position in the market. The close ties between the teachers and their organization lay the foundations of a collaboration which facilitates the continuous transition towards adaptability to new situations and changes, to the challenges concerning the inter- and trans-disciplinary approach of the knowledge, and to introducing the knowledge society’s new technologies.
Keywords: performance; career; teaching staff; professional development; skills (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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