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Research on the Motivation for Choosing the Military Career

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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 professionals’ participation in the nigerian construction industry: finding voice for the voiceless

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Using Competency Models in Industrial Enterprises

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The paper focuses on using competency models in industrial enterprises. This article deals with the theory of competencies, competency models and their utilization. Competency models are a key tool in human resource systems and practice. Managerial competencies enable employees to achieve results, thereby creating value. It follows that managerial competencies aligned with business objectives help foster an organization's success. Organizations must understand their core competency needs - the skills, knowledge, behaviors, and abilities that are necessary for people in key roles to deliver business results. The ability to identify the skills and competencies required for tomorrow’s industry leaders is essential for companies that hope to remain competitive. Identifying appropriate competencies helps senior managers in selecting, developing, and coaching future leaders, as well as mapping career paths and planning management succession.

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Woman on Board — Female Perspective

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Experimental and Numerical Study of NACA and Conventional Riveting Procedure

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Digital Advertising System in Urban Transport System of Žilina Town

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Effect of Patternmaker’s Proficiency On the Creation of Clothing

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Labelling Of Textile Products From The Perspective Of Quality, Maintenance, Safety And Environment

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Modeling and Analysis of the Motivations of Fast Fashion Consumers in Relation to Innovativeness

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