Future Exigencies Regarding the Necessity of Reorganization of the “CN CFR” National Society
AbstractThe expansion of the societies’ activity, internationally, suppose the development of the business complexity they produce and especially the expansion and the diversification of the instruments of the human resources management that they use to administrate cultural, economic, social, political and institutional variables which influence their activity in each country. All these evolutions determine the rethinking of the human resources strategic role at the organization level, people being considered the main competitive advantage they possess. A railway transportation system is seen, in most countries as an essential precondition for the overall economic development and for this especially, they allocate considerable amounts of resources for the construction and the improvement of the railway, but also to streamline and optimize the human resources system. In this article, I presented the objectives and the principles of reorganization of the “CN CFR SA” National Society taking into account the SWOT analysis of the activity of the railway infrastructure and exigencies at present and in perspective regarding the human resources management in the railway transportation in Romania.
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CFR Romania; railway activity; human resourses role;
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