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The influence of the social climate of the teaching staff on the work and motivation of kindergarten teachers.
Čadová, Denisa ; Hanyš Holemá, Irena (advisor) ; Ristić, Petra (referee)
This diploma thesis discusses the influence of the social climate of the teaching staff on the work performance and motivation of teachers in kindergartens. The theoretical part of the work is dedicated to the definition of teaching staff, the work duties they must perform and also their motivation. The role of kindergarten principals and their influence on the climate of the teaching staff and the motivation of pedagogues is also described. The theoretical part of the thesis explains the differences between the school climate, the classroom climate and the social climate of the teaching staff. The empirical part of the work presents the research results. The study focused on investigating the social climate of teaching staff in kindergartens and its influence on teacher's motivation and satisfaction. In this approach a combination of quantitative and qualitative methods was used to identify factors influencing the climate of the teaching staff and their influence on the work and motivation of teachers. On the basis of the obtained information the work presents some options that could help to build a positive climate for the teaching staff in kindergartens. Such suggestions can be used by directors or senior staff in the preparation of an action plan designed to support good relations and a working...
Proposal for Changes of Motivational Programme in a Selected Company.
Vytopilová, Veronika ; Glabazňa, Jan (referee) ; Petrová, Kateřina (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis is focused on the motivational system of employees in the selected company. The goal of this work is to propose effective changes in the company's current motivational system. Using the theoretical part, it defines individual key terms, which are subsequently used in other parts of the work. The analytical part focuses on the analysis of the current state of the motivational system of employees in the company, using observation and questioning methods. The results of these analyzes and methods serve as a basis for the design part of the work. In the design part, specific changes in the current employee motivation system are processed.
Suggestions for Improving Motivation in the Selected Company
Haumer, Ronald ; Hornungová, Jana (referee) ; Konečný, Štěpán (advisor)
The thesis is divided into 2 parts. The first theoretical part contains the theoretical aspect of the target issue related to employee motivation and motivational factors, where I present the basic knowledge in these areas, which helps to further develop the work. The practical part contains an evaluation of the current situation of the company in terms of employee motivation through a survey. Taking into account the results and findings, I then develop a proposal for improving employee motivation in the company, which can be used by the company in practice to increase employee productivity.
Proposal for Changes of Motivational Programme in a Selected Company.
Slouková, Sandra ; Bednářová, Markéta (referee) ; Petrová, Kateřina (advisor)
In my bachelor's thesis I deal with suggestions for improving the company's motivational system. I specify the basic concepts related to motivation, incentive program and employee remuneration. On the basis of the analysis, carried out by means of a questionnaire survey, I evaluate the data obtained and identify the shortcomings of the motivational program. At the end of the thesis, I suggests specific changes to the company's motivational system that would help the company to increase employee´s motivation and satisfaction. These proposed changes include the introduction of Sick days, monthly bonuses, flexible working hours, team building events and non-financial rewards.
Analysis of Employee Satisfaction with the Remuneration System and Employee Benefits
Hrotík, David ; Dvořák, Jan (referee) ; Konečný, Štěpán (advisor)
This diploma thesis focuses on the analysis of employee satisfaction with the system of remuneration and employee benefits. The theoretical part introduces the individual concepts related to job satisfaction and the role of employee remuneration. The analytical part evaluates the current situation in the company through a questionnaire survey. In the design part of the thesis measures are developed that can help to increase employee satisfaction.
Comparison of Accounting and Tax Aspects of Emploee Benefits in Selected Engineering Companies
Muselíková, Veronika ; Skladaná, Zuzana (referee) ; Křížová, Zuzana (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor thesis is a comparison of accounting and tax aspects of employee benefits in selected companies. The theoretical part is focused on HR and the definition of employee benefits from the accounting and tax point of view, including their legislative regulation. The practical part is devoted to benefits provided in specific engineering companies, with their subsequent comparison. Finally, a questionnaire survey is evaluated, on the basis of which proposals for improving the remuneration system are made.
Motivation and Remuneration of Employees in the Selected Company
Spěváková, Dominika ; Drápelová, Klára (referee) ; Konečný, Štěpán (advisor)
This diploma thesis is focused on the issue of employee satisfaction in the selected company. The theoretical part of the thesis is focused on the theoretical definition of the concepts related to the issue. The second part presents the company, its current situation and the analysis of data obtained through quantitative research using a questionnaire survey. The practical part is based on the previous analytical part and presents a proposal for recommended changes in the motivation and reward system of the company in order to increase employee satisfaction.
Proposal for Changes of Human Resource Management in a Company
Buš Lusková, Alena ; Šebková, Lenka (referee) ; Konečná, Zdeňka (advisor)
The work focuses on human resource management in a small company with an emphasis on employee compensation and provided benefits. The theoretical part of the work aims to clarify concepts related to compensation and employee motivation. The analytical part consists of analysing the current motivational system, employee and management opinions on the existing compensation system, as well as an analysis of the competitive environment. The final section presents proposals for improving the motivational system – the first aiming to satisfy employee preferences, the second considering the company's capabilities, and the last one in line with current trends in the labour market
Work-life balance in the specific company
Kudláčová, Karolína ; Pavláková Dočekalová, Marie (referee) ; Hornungová, Jana (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals in detail with the issue of reconciling personal and professional life. This thesis is structured in three main parts. The first part focuses on the theoretical foundations, where knowledge about the reconciliation of personal and professional life is presented, as well as the processes involved in this reconciliation. The second part deals with a detailed introduction of the analyzed enterprise, provides an overview of its economic situation and includes the results of a questionnaire survey involving employees of the enterprise in the finance department and employees of other enterprises. The third part presents 3 concrete proposals based on the analysis of the questionnaire survey. These suggestions are aimed at improving the work-life balance of employees, which could help to achieve a better balance.
Proposal for Changes of Motivational Programme in a Selected Company
Křikavová, Lenka ; Nedvědický, Luboš (referee) ; Petrová, Kateřina (advisor)
The thesis focuses on the proposal of changes in the concept of the existing motivation program for employees in the selected organization. A comprehensive literature search and analysis of the current state of the incentive system is carried out. Within the analysis, the method of non-standardized questioning is chosen for data collection, namely utilizing in-depth semi-structured interviews with employees of the company. The interviews are conducted with 16 respondents from the sales, finance, and production departments. The interview data is thematically coded using MAXQDA to identify key preferences and determine employee satisfaction. Based on the analysis, the following measures are proposed to improve the current incentive system: additional supplementary pension savings, flexible working hours, differentiated holiday schemes, implementation of another company event, and home-office unification. The thesis also includes the implementation of changes using Lewin's change management model.

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