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Boundaryless Career and Career Outcomes: The Mediating Role of Individual Career Management Behaviours

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Cultural determinants of attitudes toward career

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Research on the Motivation for Choosing the Military Career


The following article examines the structure of the motivation to choose the military career as well as the satisfaction from it. It analyses the main factors influencing on the choice of this profession as well as the interrelationships between them. The article sets out the specific reasons for a career in the Army and the results of the survey would contribute to the improvement of the attractiveness of the military career and attracting motivated military staff

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Women in the management – cases of Turkish women progress in the it ranks

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Women in the IT Management – Analysis Dimensions

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Analysis of Expatriation Process in a Slovenian Company

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Expected Leadership Competences in the Labour Market in Alumni’s Career Paths. A Study in Poland and Other Cee Countries

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The importance of international experience for Romanian students in establishing career priorities

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Mediating Role of Dynamic Capabilities on the Relationship between Human Resource Development and Organizational Effectiveness

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Do Soft Skills matter? A Study on Employability of Engineering Graduates in Bangladesh

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