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Lušnáková Zuzana (Slovak Agricultural University in Nitra), Šajbidorová Mária (Slovak Agricultural University in Nitra)
Tytuł
Top Management : - the Market Needs and Application of Managers in Rural Tourism in Slovakia
Źródło
Global Management Journal, 2011, vol. 3, nr 1/2, s. 55-61, bibliogr. 19 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Kadra kierownicza, Turystyka wiejska, Rynek pracy, Władza wykonawcza, Analiza trendu, Podaż pracy
Managerial staff, Rural tourism, Labour market, Executive authority, Trend analysis, Labour supply
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Słowacja
Slovak Republic
Abstrakt
It is not easy to find a good and loyal employee, but not impossible. The basic trend now is a need for change in attitude already at offering the job place. To get good quality and suitable employee expect to focus on his expertise and skills that are necessary for his job and specific job position. One of the objectives of the company owners, who lead the competition fight for the customer on the market, is a satisfied employee who represents the company to customers in a positive way. In today's ever changing environment it is necessary to educate staff continuously and develop their abilities, because the knowledge gained in high school, college or vocational courses is not enough. There is the lack of job opportunities in the field of rural tourism in Slovakia so we decided to find out how it is with interest for labour forces - top managers and the current facilities management in rural tourism in Slovakia. Strategic plan for promoting the application of the labour force on the labour market in the field of rural tourism was drawn up on the grounds that qualified managers find just very difficult the application in family enterprises operating in rural tourism facilities and is essential for them to apply on the labour market. Our aim was also to provide them a strategic plan how to find their own place on this rural tourism labour market. (original abstract)
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2080-2951
Język
eng
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