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Prevention of Burnout Syndrome in Primary School Teachers
Čapková, Johana ; Běhounková, Olga (advisor) ; Fonville, Alexandra (referee)
The aim of the bachelor's thesis is to identify the possibilities of prevention of the occupational burnout among primary school teachers. The thesis provides definition of the occupational burnout, its causes, stages, manifestations, and consequences. Subsequently, it describes the occupational burnout among primary school teachers. This part introduces the teaching profession and the most common stressors and risk factors that affect this profession in relation to the occupational burnout. Next, attention is paid to the issue of prevention of the occupational burnout among primary school teachers in terms of prevention techniques and preventive educational programs. Part of the thesis is quantitative empirical research, the aim of which is to determine the level of risk of the occupational burnout among primary school teachers. The survey respondents of the are one hundred and twenty-six teachers who work in eleven primary schools in the Central Bohemia Region.
Competencies of Recruitment Specialists in the IT Sector in Job Advertising
Adámek, Vojtěch ; Běhounková, Olga (advisor) ; Gruber, Jan (referee)
The goal of this bachelor thesis is to analyse job advertisements advertising recruiter positions od Prague-based non-recruitment consulting organisations. The theoretical basis of this thesis is the definition of the recruitment specialist job role, both in the work activities characteristic for this role, as well as competecies required for its success. Firstly, work activities of a recruitment specialist are defined and described, secondly the competencies required for its success are presented and described. Afterwards, recruitment of IT specialists is presented as a specific field of recruitment. The goal of the empirical survey is to determine the percentages of inclusion of selected competencies and requirements in the job advertisements of aforementioned organisations. Survey outcomes are separated into two groups of job advertisements, one of which advertises recruitment specialist roles focused on IT specialist recruitment, the other of which advertises recruitment specialist roles on focused on IT specialist recruitment. The outcomes are then compared within these to groups.
Employee Engagement in the IT Sector in the Czech Republic
Rudová, Julie ; Běhounková, Olga (advisor) ; Gruber, Jan (referee)
The objective of this thesis is to analyse the employee engagement among IT sector employees and to identify the specifics of the target group in relation to the development of employee engagement through job-related drivers. Attention is given to the theoretical background of employee engagement, its consequences, and methods of measurement. Aspects of employee engagement development with a focus on job-related drivers are analysed. The HR process of job design, which can contribute to the development of employee engagement through the job-related factors, is described. The specificities of the target group of IT professionals are addressed. The thesis includes a quantitative research conducted in the form of an online questionnaire. The respondents of the research are IT professionals working in private companies based in Prague. The aim of the quantitative research is to analyse the relationship between employee engagement and two job-related drivers that contribute to its development among employees in the IT sector in the Czech Republic. The relationship between employee engagement and autonomy in work activities and the relationship between employee engagement and feedback on work performance are examined. The sub-objectives of the quantitative research are to test whether the level of...
Educational Needs of the Primary School Teachers
Strobachová, Anna-Marie ; Běhounková, Olga (advisor) ; Baumgartner, František (referee)
The aim of the bachelor's thesis is to specify the educational needs of primary school teachers. Firstly, the teaching profession will be introduced with an orientation towards primary school teachers according to the NSP and their competencies. The profession of the first grade primary school teacher will be characterized. Subsequently, the field of vocational education of primary school teachers, its legislative framework, content, objectives and forms will be presented. Attention is dedicated to the process of analysing the educational needs of primary school teachers. The aim of the qualitative research is to find out whether and to what extent the opportunities for vocational development cover the educational needs of primary school teachers. Data is gathered by semi-structured interviews with 13 primary school teachers. Key words primary school teachers, vocational education, educational needs, teacher's competencies, vocational development of teachers, training needs analysis
Prevention of Burnout Syndrome in Primary School Teachers
Čapková, Johana ; Běhounková, Olga (advisor) ; Baumgartner, František (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to identify the possibilities of prevention of the occupational burnout among primary school teachers. First, the thesis provides definition of the occupational burnout, its causes, stages, manifestations, and consequences. Subsequently, it describes the occupational burnout among primary school teachers. This part introduces the teaching profession and the most common stressors and risk factors that affect this profession in relation to the occupational burnout. Next, attention is paid to the issue of prevention of the occupational burnout among primary school teachers in terms of prevention techniques and preventive educational programs. Part of the thesis is quantitative empirical research, the aim of which is to find out the personal experience of primary school teachers with prevention techniques and educational programs aimed at preventing occupational burnout. The survey respondents are teachers of five primary schools in the Central Bohemia region. The sample size is one hundred twenty-six respondents.
Rhetorical Skills of Lecturers of Further Education
Šudák, Patrik ; Běhounková, Olga (advisor) ; Fonville, Alexandra (referee)
The diploma's thesis deals with the specific area od communication skills of further education lecturers - rhetoric. The aim of the thesis is to find out how the lecturers of further education develop their rhetorical skills so that the communication among them and the participants of education would be professional and effective. Firstly, the further education lecturer and his competencies with a focus on rhetorical skills are defined according to the National Pedagogical Institute of the Czech Republic. Subsequently, the theoretical basis of rhetoric, its history and forms such as verbal, non-verbal and paraverbal communication are described. Attention is paid to the communication skills of further education lecturers with the focus on their speech. Part of the thesis is a qualitative investigation. The aim of the investigation is to analyse how the preparation of lecturers of further education in the area of rhetorical skills looks like and what effect it has on the educational process. The investigation is carried out in the form of interviews with at least fourteen of further education who attend the courses in the field of adult education at least twice a month.
The Process of Adaptation of Foreign Administrative Staff in Large International Organizations
Slánská, Aneta ; Běhounková, Olga (advisor) ; Fonville, Alexandra (referee)
The aim of this Diploma thesis is to analyse the adaptation process of foreign staff in large international organizations in the Czech Republic and to identify factors which influence it. Attention is paid to international human resource management, its specifics, strategies and the topic of diversity management in international organizations. The process of adaptation is described with focus on foreign staff in international organizations with an orientation on work, social adaptation, adaptation to organizational culture and intercultural adaptation, as well as planning and phases of the adaptation process, problematic factors related to working abroad and the main actors in this process. It deals with the issue of intercultural training in international organizations together with the factors which influence it - the preparation of foreign staff to work in a multicultural environment, its methods and the area of intercultural competences that should be developed through the training. The aim of the quantitative research is to analyse the factors of intercultural adaptation which foreign administrative staff perceive as crucial and influencing their overall adaptation in a new country. The survey is carried out in the form of questionnaires which were sent to twenty large international...
Factors for Agile Transformation in Banking Sector
Šoffa, Nicole ; Kocianová, Renata (advisor) ; Běhounková, Olga (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to identify factors of agile transformation in the banking sector. Agile management has been a discussed topic in recent years. The thesis presents the history of agile software development on which agile management of organizations is based. Agile development emerged in response to traditional development that had a lengthy process and did not meet customer requirements. Next, the Agile Manifesto, which is the foundational document of agile management, is introduced. Then the values and principles of agile management are defined. Selected agile management methods are elaborated which are Extreme Programming, Kanban, Lean software and Scrum and agile scaling frameworks which extend agile methods in such a way that they can be applied in large organizations. The thesis also focuses on the circumstances for which organizations choose to undertake an agile transformation, elaborating on its process and factors. Factors are the factors that influence the success of agile transformation. Furthermore, the thesis discusses the history and specifics of the banking sector and examples of agile transformations from banks in the Czech Republic. Last but not least, the thesis identifies the factors of agile transformation of banks in the Czech Republic. The thesis included a...
Preferences of Working University Students in the Field of Employee Benefits
Pitnerová, Kristýna ; Fonville, Alexandra (advisor) ; Běhounková, Olga (referee)
The present master's thesis deals with the preferences of working university students in the field of employee benefits. The objective of the present study is to identify these preferences, particularly to define concrete kinds of employee benefits that university students are most interested in and to identify which way of providing them they prefer. The study has focused on the process of employee compensation. Subsequently the thesis has focused on defining employee benefits and their importance in the work environment. Furthermore, the focus has been laid on defining particular kinds of employee benefits and their contributions and limits and describing generations from the point of their preferences in the field of employee benefits. The emphasis was put on the generation Z, which includes most of the present university students. The next part of the thesis is focused on preferences of university students in the field of employee benefits. The objective of quantitative empirical research, which uses questionnaire surveys, is to identify preferences in the field of employee benefits of working university students in the last class of masters study in the field of humanities and social sciences in the Czech republic.
Employers' Attitudes to Older Workers
Hlavín, Ondřej ; Kocianová, Renata (advisor) ; Běhounková, Olga (referee)
The thesis aims to analyze employers' attitudes towards employing people over 55. The thesis focuses on the position of older employees in the labor market in terms of the trend of population aging and strategic documents concerning the employment of older workers. It also focuses on the most common characteristics of older workers, the organizational contexts of their employment, and employers' attitudes toward older workers. Furthermore, an empirical investigation is provided to identify employers' attitudes towards older workers in five industrial organizations in the South Bohemia region. Subsequently, qualitative research is conducted through semi-structured interviews with the heads of HR departments. The areas of discrimination in the workplace, specificities of older workers, strategic approach to the age structure of workers, working conditions, and intergenerational learning in the workplace are monitored. The results show many of employers' attitudes aligned with theoretical bases and research but also neglected areas, especially the strategic management of the age structure of the employees. The empirical findings are compared to theoretical bases and other studies. Keywords Attitudes, labor market, employment, older workers, workers over 55, discrimination, ageism, age management,...

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