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Role Of Personnel Selection Activity In Ensuring The Competence Of An Organization Within The National Energy System

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  • CARMEN SILVIA MARIAN (BORUGA)

    (University of Craiova Doctoral School in Economics)

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    At the energetic units’ level is significantly felt the need to follow closely the costs, including their distribution till the job level. This leads to a new vision of using human resources, mainly based on rational considerations and less on emotional ones. Reducing personnel number by outsourcing activities has the advantage of redundant personnel that can keep the job without professional retraining, but to a newly created unit that performs the same activities, with greater efficiency and higher productivity. Thus a series of activities within the national energy system organizations can be outsourced, process denominated as negative selection of personnel. Utilization method of the main success factors for selection activity and fitting on position, following the restructuring and conversion activities, requires a thorough analysis on the following issues: position careful definition; defining the candidate qualities for the job, preparing the employment process and / or promotion; objectivity in selection, consistency in application of personnel policy. However the work effectiveness of each employee to the position he occupies is directly influenced by the following factors: the works specific and tasks assigned to that position; using entirely the daily working time; effective competence on position of the employee.

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    Article provided by University of Craiova, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration in its journal Annals of Computational Economics.

    Volume (Year): 1 (2011)
    Issue (Month): 39 ()
    Pages: 43-52

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    Handle: RePEc:aio:aucsse:v:1:y:2011:i:39:p:43-52

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    Keywords: electrical energy; human resources; outsourcing; negative selection; Romanian National Energy Sistem; creative capacity of the employee; attitudinal side;

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