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Proposals of Solutions to Reduce Employee Fluctuation in a Selected Work Team
Podzimková, Hana ; Baklíková, Lenka (referee) ; Kruntorádová, Markéta (advisor)
This diploma thesis is focused on the fluctuation of employees of the finance department in a selected company. The first part is devoted to the issue of employee’s fluctuation and human resources management related to this topic. Theoretical knowledge is used in the next phase to analyze and evaluate the situation in the selected company. Finally, solutions will be proposed that will reduce fluctuations in society.
Assessment of Fluctuation in the Company and Suggestions for its Improvement
Milota, Marek ; Putnová, Anna (referee) ; Doubravský, Karel (advisor)
The master thesis analyzes the development of fluctuation associated with the labour market in the Czech Republic. By using the fluctuation data of the chosen telecommunication company in the last few years and the statistic methods, the aim is to create a prognosis of the development of fluctuation. It should result in suggestions for improving the current unsatisfactory development. The next objective is to identify the risks, which the company management have to pay attention to and which will be used to determine the corrective measures for improving the current state.
Selection and Adaptation Process of Employees in a Selected Company
Filipová, Hana ; Pilařová, Lucie (referee) ; Konečný, Štěpán (advisor)
The diploma thesis is focused on the selection of employees and the process of adaptation of the selected business case. The theoretical part defines activities and methods related to selection, recruitment, adaptation and quitting. As well as describes the culture of the organization and the personnel strategy. In the analytical part will be introduced the case study of the business and the selection and adaptation of employees will be evaluated. The last part will include suggestions for improvement selection of employees and adaptation proces to reduce fluctuation of the company.
Proposals of solutions to Reduce Employee Fluctuation in a Selected Company
Kožená, Pavlína ; Davčíková, Gabriela (referee) ; Konečný, Štěpán (advisor)
The diploma thesis is focused on the employee turnover in the chosen company. The study is divided into four parts. The first part establishes the goals. The second – theoretical – part lays out strategies for reducing employee turnover. In the third part, the company is first described and then selected methods are applied. The last part suggests solutions for reducing the employee turnover in the company.
Proposals for Reducing the Flucture of Employees Manufacturing Workers Specific Establishment a Selected Society
Drmolová, Aneta ; Škaroupka, Petr (referee) ; Kruntorádová, Markéta (advisor)
The diploma thesis focuses on the fluctuation of production workers specific establishment company Vodňanská poultry, a. s. The first part is devoted to explanation of the theoretical notions related to the topic - the most frequent causes, the methods of measurement or the costs associated with the departures of employees. Theoretical knowledges are in the next stage applicate for analysis and evaluation of the situation of the selected company. The final part contains suggestions for improving identified problems to reduce fluctuation.
Spokojenost zaměstnanců ve vybraném podniku
TICHÁ, Anežka
The main topic of this study is the employee satisfaction survey. The aim is to evaluate all of the factors influencing work satisfaction and the overallsatisfaction of employees in a chosen company. I focused on a local branch of Kaufland v. o. s., Hradec Králové. For this survey I chose the method of anonymous questioning. I created a questionnaire with 19 questions, which I distributed on paper form at a branch. After filling it in, I counted up answers to each of questions, and this I utilized into the tables. After this I created the graphs for each of the factors. It is possible to read, from these graphs, that the employees of the Kaufland branch are mostly satisfied. But factors such as the reward system, the signs of fluctuation or the chance of self-education shoved lover degree of satisfaction. The least satisfaction is shown in the system of empoyee benefits. Following these results it was suggested some arrangement, which should lead to higher satisfaction in individual factors. The results of this study were handed over to a company that can make changes and improve the satisfaction of employees.
Fluktuace pracovníků ve vybrané organizaci
NOVOTNÁ, Michaela
The aim of the thesis is to propose changes to improve and streamline human resources management in the area of employee turnover in selected organization in connection with the analysis, evaluation and management of this area. The thesis is divided into two parts, theoretical and practical. In the theoretical part, the literature search is based on the study of literature, professional articles and internet resources that focus on the issue. Specifically, it is the fluctuation of employees with a focus on its theoretical definition and context, including the relationship with job satisfaction. The following practical part deals with the analysis of employee turnover in the selected organization. First, an organization is introduced and then two analyzes are performed. The first one is the analysis of employee turnover according to selected indicators and the second one is the analysis of job satisfaction in relation to employee turnover. Based on these analyzes, suggestions for improving the area are proposed.
Study of the mechanism of gene expression regulation at the level of functional organization of chromatin domains.
Hornáček, Matúš ; Cmarko, Dušan (advisor) ; Kučera, Tomáš (referee) ; Stixová, Lenka (referee)
- 1 - ABSTRACT Nucleoli are formed on the basis of genes of ribosomal DNA (rDNA) clusters called Nucleolus Organizer Regions (NORs). The essential structural components of the nucleoli, Fibrillar Centers (FC) and Dense Fibrillar Components (DFC), together compose FC/DFC units. These units are centers of rDNA transcription by RNA polymerase I (pol I), as well as the early processing events, in which an essential role belongs to fibrillarin. Each FC/DFC unit probably corresponds to a single transcriptionally active gene. In our work we study changes of FC/DFC units in the course of cell cycle. Correlative light and electron microscopy analysis showed that the pol I and fibrillarin positive nucleolar beads correspond to individual FC/DFC units. In vivo observations showed that at early S phase, when transcriptionally active ribosomal genes were replicated, the number of the units in each cell increased by 60 to 80 %. During that period the units transiently lost pol I, but not fibrillarin. Then, until the end of interphase, number of the units did not change, and their duplication was completed only after the cell division, by mid G1 phase. This peculiar mode of reproduction suggests that a considerable subset of ribosomal genes remain transcriptionally silent from mid S phase to mitosis but become again active...
Fluctuation of Employees in the Manufacturing Company
Kvasničková, Lucie ; Detersová, Petra (referee) ; Kruntorádová, Markéta (advisor)
This thesis concerns fluctuation of employees in a manufacturing company. The approach taken was based on existing literature on the topic, internal data provided by the company, collaboration with workers and HR employees, and a survey. The aim was to propose a set of recommendations leading to a decrease in the number of employees voluntarily leaving company DFK s.r.o. The resulting recommendations could be used by the HR department as a guidelines in designing new motivational policies and rethinking the work environment.
Proposals of Solutions to Reduction of Employee Fluctuation in a Selected Company
Kárná, Veronika ; Výstup, Tomáš (referee) ; Kruntorádová, Markéta (advisor)
This master thesis deals with employee fluctuation in the selected manufacturing company. In its first part, it explains theoretical concepts associated with employee fluctuation, the ways to measure it, the most common reasons causing employees to leave, and associated costs to the company. The theoretical findings are used in the next part of the thesis to analyse and examine a particular situation in the selected company. The final part contains suggestions for improving identified problems to reduce fluctuation.

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