Sustainability Or Sustainable Development A Responsibility Of The Environmental Specialists
AbstractThe community development has in view the encouragement and the involvement of the human resources management on the track meant for the individual and social development. The quantification of the human capital offers the necessary information for the design of a strategy oriented towards resources for the organisational development. In Romania, according to the information regarding the dynamic of the economic indicators, we notice a positive economic growth, but the inflation constitutes a problem from an internal as well as external point of view. By analysing the development performances of the last years, we discover progresses in innovation, research, in the entrepreneurial development of the company, in the degree of occupation of the human resources and the economic cohesion, in the sustainable economic development and in the liberation of the market. Indicators like the number and density of the population, the territorial distribution of the population, the structure of the population on genders, age groups, residential environments, ethnical structure, religion, social and economical structure and education, as well as the indicators referring to the housings shape a complete picture of the human potential development according to the European standards. Through the increase in competitiveness and of the globalisation, the workforce market suffers certain transformations from the integration point of view together with the other social sectors. The evolution of the society determines the building of a society and economy based on the knowledge according to the European social model values, in the field of the human resources management they will contribute to the social integration, to the development of new changes at the level of social dialogue. The last decades got us used to the reality of the “leaps”. In the most varied fields of the human’s life, we are the witnesses to some triumphal mutations and stupefying progresses that are taking place imperatively and simultaneously. Is there really a price to pay for the progress? Absorbed with a delirious speed in some kind of a time tunnel, the human being is forced to accept the idea that frontier of the impossible became extensible in all its meanings. The undreamed of and fantastical chances become common places from one day to another. These are the matters and thoughts tried to be answered in the lines of this article
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Research Centre in Public Administration and Public Services, Bucharest, Romania in its series Proceedings of the Fifth "Administration and Public Management" International Conference: "Public Institutions' Capacity to Implement the Administrative Reform Process", Bucharest, June 23-24, 2009 with number 8.
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Publication status: Published in the Proceedings of the Fifth Administration and Public Management International Conference. Public institutions’ capacity to implement the administrative reform process , Bucharest, June 23-24 2009, pages 74-84
Human resources; management; education; ethic; damages; natural environment; responsibility; sustainable development;
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