Zdenka Gyurák Babeľová, Augustín Stareček, Natália Vraňaková, Martin Császár, Marek Šarmír, Peter Sakál and Dagmar Cagáňová
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Kristína Koltnerová, Andrea Chlpeková and Jana Samáková
Human resource planning in the business practice should represent generally used and key activity for human resource management because human resource planning helps to make optimum utilisation of the human resources in the enterprise and it helps to avoid wastage of human resources. Human resource planning allows to forecast the future manpower requirements and also to forecast the number and type of employees who will be required by the enterprise in a near future. In the long term period, success of any enterprise depends on whether the right people are in the right places at the right time, which is the nature of human resource planning. The aim of this contribution is to explain the importance of human resource planning and to outline results of questionnaire survey which it was realized in industrial enterprises.
Subject and purpose of work: The purpose of the study is to determine the variables determining the level of synthetic measure of economic efficiency in listed companies of the industry sector as part of their enterprise life cycle.
Materials and methods: The article uses data from annual unitary financial statements of industrial enterprises according to the classification of the Warsaw Stock Exchange and data describing the macroeconomic situation of the state economy. The research period covered the years 1999-2012. In order to examine which factors determine the level of economic efficiency at each stage of the life cycle of enterprises, estimation of econometric models was carried out.
Results: In the models obtained for companies in the growth and maturity stage, statistically significant determinants were obtained only in the field of internal factors. In the models estimated for companies in the stages of launch, shake-out and decline, statistically significant conditions were identified, both in terms of external factors and in the area of internal factors.
Conclusions: A comprehensive assessment of the conditions for the level of economic efficiency of enterprises should take into account both factors dependent on the enterprise (microeconomic) as well as those determined by the environment (macroeconomic) and beyond its control. It is therefore necessary for managers of enterprises to have extensive and up-to-date knowledge of factors and conditions that are significant in shaping the level of economic efficiency.
The present paper makes an incursion into the new and complex models of communication that can be found in literature, trying to identify their graphic decoding and their applicability in an industrial enterprise. The authors identified real examples for each model under investigation, so the purpose of the paper is to emphasize the importance of communication and the applicability of the new methods of communication in engineering.
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4. GOLEJOVÁ, S. 2017 Application of SCSR on master thesis: "Design and use of a sustainable marketing communication strategy in creating the image of industrialenterprise in the context of SCSR. (Semester work). Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Faculty of Material Science Technology in Trnava, Institute of Industrial Institute of Production Engineering and Management. - Supervisor: prof. Ing. Peter Sakal, CSc., Ing. Monika Šujaková. Trnava: MTF STU, 41 p.
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Natália Vraňaková, Augustín Stareček, Kristína Koltnerová, Dagmar Cagáňová, Andrea Chlpeková and Sebastian Saniuk
In the last two decades, globalization trends and the stabilization of the market economy have led to a situation where industrial enterprises are increasingly reporting a lack of skilled manpower. On the other hand, employees of industrial enterprises are increasingly facing the discrimination in finding job or career growth. The main aim of the paper is to analyse the current state of age discrimination in selected human resource management areas in the Slovak industrial enterprises. The research was carried out in the framework of the VEGA project (1/0348/17), whose questionnaire was used in the research. The research sample consisted of the Slovak industrial enterprise’s employees (n = 534). The quantitative statistical methods were used to evaluate the obtained data (pie charts, frequency histograms and the table analysis). The analyses were performed in the software SPSS from IBM and Excel from MS. The most interesting results include the finding that the most common form of age discrimination is employee selection (62) and career progression (62).
Katarína Krajčovičová, Miloš Čambál and Sebastian Saniuk
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.
Presented paper concentrate on problems connected with FMEA method usage in industrial enterprise. There is in the paper a description of the basic rules of FMEA method and competition between FMEA analysis and gap analysis. The analysis of defects has been done to find recommendations how to eliminate or restrain them. On the basis of conducted research we found that selection of staff to the team is very important factor in the FMEA analysis undertaking process. The staff should have appropriate level of knowledge about FMEA method methodology and other tools which are indispensable in the process of implementing this method within the company.