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Marketing strategy of recruitment and retention of IT candidates in the market of Brno
Chaloupková, Gabriela
This master thesis is conducted to address the most discussed topics in recruitment of IT candidates. In 2018 the market with IT candidates in Brno is overheated and there is a big competition between the IT companies. In the theoretical part of this master thesis most discussed topics are introduced and explained, such as remuneration, benefits, forms of recruiting candidates and the recruitment process. HR marketing and recruitment practices were incorporated into the marketing terminology of the extended marketing mix. Practical part consisting of in-depth interviews, findings from related expert seminars and quantitative research focuses on topics discussed in the theoretical part and search for answers on how to best attract and retain IT candidates. There are two separate groups of IT candidates investigated, IT students and IT professionals. Results show IT candidates form a homogeneous group. Outcomes display that IT candidates value the most flexibility in various forms. The most credited benefit is home office. Other valued benefits are sick days or even still meal vouchers. When it comes to decisions about new occupation, remuneration is the top factor IT candidates are interested in, followed by the actual job content, company culture and employer brand.
Employee Turnover and Retention in a Selected Company
Koláčková, Jana ; Durkáč, Ondřej (referee) ; Konečný, Štěpán (advisor)
The diploma thesis is focused on employee turnover and retention in a selected company. The theoretical part defines terms that are related to this issue. This part focuses on the causes and consequences of employee turnover, on people resourcing and retention of current employees. This theoretical knowledge is used in the analytical part during analyzing and evaluating the current state of the company. Based on the findings, recommendations that would support effective recruitment and selection process of suitable employees, support retention and reduce employee turnover in the company are provided.
Evaluation and Optimization Proposal of Personnel Situation in the Selected Company With Focus on Motivation of Employees
Ondráčková, Sandra ; Špíšek, Jiří (referee) ; Konečný, Štěpán (advisor)
Diploma thesis is dealing with contemporary situation in family center Bruno family park in Brno. Theoretical part is brief summary of theoretical background from available literature about human resource management, personnel work, employee motivation, remuneration, job satisfaction, etc. Analytical part contains evaluation actuall personnel situation in the family center, evaluates positive sides and negative sides from sight of employees and management as well. To get needed informations was used survey research between employees and part-time workers and interview with management. This thesis is also focused on job satisfaction and motivation of part-time workers, becouse they are the largest group of workers in company. In proposal part are sugestions of identified problems and try to optimalization of actuall situation.
Implementation of Personal Development Plans in Non-Governmental Organisations
Čížková, Michaela ; Krejčí, Jiří (advisor) ; Hradcová, Dana (referee)
Title: Implementation of Personal Development Plans in Non-Governmental Organisations Author: Michaela Čížková Abstract The aim of this thesis is to identify factors which might prevent or help non-profit organizations in implementation of Personal Development Plans as a mean of employee development in the Czech Republic. Theoretical part of this paper describes non-profit organisations in context of their specificity in frame of employee development and introduces the variables, which influence this subject and which it is necessary to take into consideration when planning the implementation of Personal Development Plans. The empirical part uses the Grounded Theory method to research phenomena, which can serve as prerequisite in successful implementation of PDP, either in the initial phase or when solving issues caused by this tool. Conclusion and discussion chapter is dedicated to interpretation of the research results from perspective of employee development, their comparison with professional resources and the possible implication for non-profit organisations in the Czech Republic. Key words: Personal Development Plans (PDP), employee development, Non-Profit Non- Governmental Organisations, Human Resource Management
Modern methods of employee development in the context of talent management
Baier, Milan ; Veteška, Jaroslav (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to identify and characterize modern methods of personnel development in the context of talent management. Emphasis is placed on the use of couching, mentoring, self-learning and e-learning (webinars, online seminars, video learning and mobile learning) in career management and work performance. A well-designed workplace development and learning system allows employees to effectively manage their careers. The acquired knowledge and skills can be used by talented individuals in creative activities and the development of the organization. In the theoretical part, the issue of further professional education was conceptualized and summarized with an emphasis on strategic management within the organization. Business education is a pillar and a key tool for the development of workers. An analysis of the methods of education and development of workers primarily created or suitable for talented adult individuals will be carried out. Gagne's differentiated model of giftedness and talent will be used as a key tool. Identifying differences in attitudes towards those talented and non-talented. The aim of the research part was to analyze the methods of education and development of talented adults, to monitor the frequency of use of individual methods with an emphasis on electronic...
Applying the Competence Model in the Public Business Academy
Dobaková, Petra ; Veteška, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Pavlov, Ivan (referee)
The thesis deals with the use of competences and competency model as an effective tool of personnel management of the organization. Competency - based / HR / Management (CBM) is an actively used model primarily in the commercial sphere. However, in recent years, more and more government organizations have also approached this governance model. The theoretical and empirical part of the thesis deals with the issue of acquiring and using various types of competencies, compiling a competency model and their subsequent application in personnel management. The definition of basic terms and principles of competency management is based on the study of professional literature and binding documents that link the principles of competence management to the lifelong learning strategy and learning organization models. The empirical part first deals with the actual use of competencies and competency models in the conditions of public business academies in Prague and Central Bohemia. It describes the current state of use of human resources management by competency of the director of public business academies in the region. The observed state is compared with the results of the Trexima, spol. s r.o. in the commercial organizations, which was implemented in 2014. The empirical part is further focused on the...
Human Resource Management in the Selected Organization
MIKEŠOVÁ, Radka
The aim of this bachelor thesis is to analyse human resource management in the selected organization including proposing new processes and suitable changes. This thesis is divided into two parts, the theoretical and the practical. In the theoretical part are explained the most important concepts as planning, selection, employment, assessment, remuneration or termination of employment. The methods leading to achievement goals are observation, interview with personnel officer and questionnaire for employees. The practical part contains results of the research. Based on these results possible changes are proposed to improve human resources management in the organization.
Systém of Motivation in the Company ABC
Pavlíková, Petra ; Kadlecová, Eva (referee) ; Putnová, Anna (advisor)
The thesis deals with the issue of employee benefits, the reward system and evaluation of employees in the selected company. The thesis is divided into three parts. The first part describes the theoretical background, concepts related to motivation and current surveys on employee benefits. In the second part, the thesis focuses on the selected company, the current state is analyzed by means of a questionnaire survey and interviews with company employees. In the last part, based on the results of the analysis, the optimal solution is proposed to improve the motivation of employees.
Change of Company Management System
Častulíková, Michaela ; Veselý, Josef (referee) ; Koráb, Vojtěch (advisor)
This diploma thesis is focused on change management by Lewin’s model, which split the change process into three phases: unfreeze, realization and refreeze. In the monitored company Regionální poradenská agentura, s.r.o. will be proposed change of management system, which will be solved by the project. This project will be aimed at making basic management process more efficient: planning, organization, leading and control. During the drafting will be emphasized importance human resource management.
Human Resource Management System in a Chosen Organization
HOLINKA, Michal
The aim of this diploma thesis is to analyze human resource management system in a chosen organization, summarize the results, evaluate them and then prupose changes that would contribute to improve the current state. Human resources are the most important resource an organization has and it is essential to treat them properly. The research was conducted by spreading out questionnaire survey, interviewing the members of personnel department, examinating internal regulations and observating the workplace and its conditions. The thesis consists of two parts. The theoretical part summarizes the most important knowledge connected with human resource management. The practical part contains the basic characteristics of the chosen organization, the methodology of the research, analysis of the current state and the last part includes recommended improvements and conclusion.

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