Study Regarding the Increasing of Human Resource Quality in Academic Activity
AbstractThe life of any organization is not only manifested through its activities, but also by subjective states that its members live and shape its human dimension. Involved in carrying out different activities, the TTD’s academic human resource interact and cooperate, their work is accompanied by all kinds of experiences: dissatisfaction-satisfaction, happiness-sadness, confidence-deterrence, etc. These states are the subjective dimension of work, influencing, at a high level, the overall condition and the smooth running of the organization, its performance.
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Date of creation: 06 Dec 2008
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human resources; quality assurance; educational management;
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