Career Management in the Psychiatric Hospital Socola Iasi
AbstractCareer can also be studied as a mix between the individual and organizational elements. The job perception and the attitude of the individual depend on the compatibility between what is desirable (skills, needs, preferences) and what the job offers (motivation, constraints, opportunities, in short, rights and obligations). Career orientation is a relatively stable pattern of talents, values, attitudes and occupational activities. Career has been analyzed as a dynamic process with double dimension: - External: the objective sequence of positions that the individual crosses during his active life - Internal: the interpretation that the individual gives the individual experiences of its objectives in terms of subjectivity.
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