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HR Excellence in Research Award as a tool of quality management in universities
Janouchová, Kristina ; Tureckiová, Michaela (advisor) ; Liška, Roman (referee)
The thesis focuses on the award of the HR Excellence in Research Award certificate as an international standard for quality rules in the management and development of human resources in science and research at selected universities. This is an award given by the European Commission for excellence in the management of human resources in a scientific environment and is the result of the successful implementation of the Human Resources Strategy for Researchers. For researchers, the HR Award guarantees European standards of care for staff, openness and transparency in the selection procedures for positions, and quality of the working or academic environment. The European Commission's aim with the HR award is to introduce the concept of strategic human resources management, the application of modern HR practices in the research environment and the consistent adherence to modern principles of human resources development in research. The thesis describes the basic theoretical starting points for the topic, the conditions for the European Commission to award the HR Award, and the assessment of the relevant provisions of the European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers. The research part describes the selected survey subjects, selected public universities, and...
Educational management of pedagogical staff
Nováková, Andrea ; Tureckiová, Michaela (advisor) ; Svobodová, Zuzana (referee)
The diploma thesis analyzes the current problems associated with further education of pedagogical staff in the capital city of Prague. The theoretical part defines the basic concepts, characterizes the current system of education, new trends in further education of teachers and provides an overview of further education in some EU countries. The practical part evaluates the results of a research survey, which includes the analysis and comparison of data obtained from structured interviews, questionnaires and annual reports of schools. Problems in further education of pedagogical staff, its quality, method of implementation and factors that affect it are, among other things, assessed with regard to the specific needs of teachers for working with pupils with special educational difficulties. KEYWORDS Adult educational, education, educational management, further education, quality of education, lector, pedagogical staff
System of employee development in selected organisation
Krajčinovská, Zdeňka ; Svobodová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Tureckiová, Michaela (referee)
The thesis dealing with the topic "System of employee development in selected organisation" focuses on the educational system of a company operating in the automotive industry. It is a medium-sized company with about 150 employees. The company has chosen a competency model as a training strategy to achieve its training goals, i.e. the company has developed a competency matrix that shows which competencies are necessary for the performance of each job position. The aim of this thesis is to analyse and describe the educational strategy of the company under study, to identify problem areas and to suggest possible improvements. The thesis is divided into a theoretical part, based on the study of the literature, and an empirical part, dealing with the investigation of the actual state of the functioning of the training system in the company by means of document analysis and structured interview with the HR manager. In the theoretical part, the theoretical knowledge of individual authors is examined to introduce the reader to the issues, there is, for example, an explanation of the basic concepts in the field of corporate training, the phases of training, training from the perspective of strategic or competency-based approach to training. The practical part establishes the research methodology, describes...
Issues of effectiveness and relevance of evaluation in the environment of educational organization
Stránský, Jiří ; Tureckiová, Michaela (advisor) ; Kříž, Jaroslav (referee)
The aim of the final bachelor's thesis is to describe the approaches in employee appraisal and to consider its relevance and effectiveness on the basis of these sources. The research part of the thesis includes a questionnaire survey which focuses on examining the form of teaching staff appraisal, its effectiveness and relevance. The aim of the investigation is to quantitatively analyse the approaches to staff appraisal in different educational organisations and to map its impact on staff. The thesis examines whether it is even possible and appropriate to evaluate staff performance in an educational organisation setting and to take steps to improve effectiveness based on this evaluation. Effective appraisal aims at implementing measures that promote and maintain satisfactory job performance and prevent poor performance. It enables the organization to set up an internal system of employee training, or to identify the need for external training, and process improvement, to decide on the relevance of employee pay and job classification. Appraisal allows to detect the potential of employees to be promoted to a position where they can better use their competences and motivate them with career advancement. The questionnaire survey showed that more than half of the respondents carry out staff appraisals...
Attitudes and views of nurses on practice education in a healthcare organization
Kapustová, Zuzana ; Veteška, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Tureckiová, Michaela (referee)
This thesis entitled "Attitudes and views of nurses on practice education in a healthcare organization" deals with the issue of nurse education in practice. The aim of this thesis is to provide theoretical information not only in the area of following professional nurse education but also to provide insights and opinions on this area from nurses within the healthcare organization. The thesis is devided into two main parts. The introduction of the thesis begins with the topic of nursing and mentions the fundamental principles for nurse education. The first part is theoretical and discusses the issue of education in the context of healthcare organisations. Furthermore the importance of knowledge and professional status of a nurse is mentioned in this part along with her competencies. Subsequently, the education of staff in health care organisations is also mentioned in this section and considerable space is given to lifelong learning. The theoretical section then goes on to discuss motivation or quality of provided care. The next part of the thesis is the research part. It discusses the research investigation that was conducted as a part of the thesis. The aim of the research was to find out whether the workers are aware of training opportunities in their workplace and if they consider training in...
Talent management in secondary education in the Czech Republic
Remišová, Kateřina ; Kursch, Martin (advisor) ; Tureckiová, Michaela (referee)
This thesis deals with the topic of talent management in relation to teaching staff in second- ary education in the Czech Republic. The aim of the thesis is to describe its current state and to find out how talented teachers are cared for in Czech secondary schools and how princi- pals perceive talented teachers and talent management. The thesis defines and puts into context the concepts of teaching staff, teacher stand- ard, talented teacher, talent and giftedness as well as talent management. A newly developed definition of a talented educator is also included. The specifics description of the Czech schools' environment for the talent management implementation in terms of individual pro- cesses is followed by a questionnaire survey. The research results are linked to the context of Czech education and compared with the results of previous investigations of talent man- agement in Czech organisations. The care of Czech teachers is very specific from the talent management perspective. The teaching profession is demanding and Czechia lacks a functional career system and a generally accepted teacher standard. There is a shortage of teachers in many disciplines, teacher training is compulsory by law, and funding is peculiar. All of the above is strongly reflected in the current state of talent...
Analysis of the new employees adaptation in a selected organization
Šinfeltová, Karolína ; Šafránková, Jana Marie (advisor) ; Tureckiová, Michaela (referee)
The thesis focuses on the adaptation process in the selected organization, specifically on the analysis of the organization's approach to the adaptation process, and especially on the determination of employee satisfaction with this process. The main objective of the thesis is to analyze the organization's approach to the adaptation of new employees, to determine the satisfaction of employees with the adaptation process in the organization and to propose recommendations for the specific organization. The thesis consists of theoretical and practical parts. The theoretical part focuses on defining the basic topics such as human resource management and adaptation process with the help of professional sources. The practical part, following the theoretical part, will then focus on the analysis of the approach of two selected departments of a specific organization to the adaptation process of new employees and the analysis of employee satisfaction with this process. Theoretical-empirical research methods will be used. The approach of the specific departments to the adaptation process will be analysed through interviews with the responsible employees, while employee satisfaction will be analysed through a questionnaire survey. At the end of the thesis, based on the results of the research investigation,...

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