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Recruitment process of international companies in the light of national cultures: France and the Czech Republic
Bočanová, Magda ; Kašparová, Eva (advisor) ; Kubernátová, Eva (referee)
This diploma thesis is dedicated to analyze and describe cultural differences between France and the Czech Republic in connection with recruitment processes of international companies operating in these countries. The thesis is divided into two main parts, the theoretical part and the practical part. The theoretical part involves the basic terminology in the field of human resource management and cultural specifics. It defines the terms and procedures of the recruitment process as a key component of human resource management as well as connection and influence of cultural characteristics on the process. The practical part describes recruitment processes using the example of two international companies doing business on the Czech and French market. It also contains a comparison of the recruitment processes of these companies in the light of the national specifics of France and the Czech Republic. The practical part also includes detection of expectations and attitudes of Czech university students and graduates towards one of the international companies in relation to the activities of its HR marketing.
Individual career management
Kubernátová, Eva ; Franková, Emilie (advisor) ; Komárková, Andrea (referee)
The objective of this masters thesis is to analyze in detail the stages of individual career management. As the title anticipates, this thesis is concentrated on the individual steps and not on the efforts of an organization to develop its employees. In theoretical part of this work, first the stages of individual career management are analyzed: self-awareness, identification of opportunities, decision making, setting of goals and evaluation. After this, the limits of career planning are analyzed and some of the methods from career coaching are mentioned. The empirical part consists of methodology followed by the actual research. Both quantitative methods (electronical questionnaire) as well as qualitative methods (personal interviews) are used. The focus of these methods is again on the stages of individual career management. The end of this thesis includes the summary of findings from theoretical and empirical part.

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