Stimulation of Labour Activity as a Component of the Decent Work Concept
The degree of importance of the Decent Work concept has increased significantly for the past few years. It touches main problems of social development, including the level of labour income of employees as one of the most important components of the Decent Work. The problems of construction of efficient systems of remuneration of labour are very urgent for organisation of all branches and spheres of economy. Both foreign and domestic scientists work on issues of definition of the concept of the "stimulation" notion. Efficient stimulation of labour activity gives a possibility to significantly increase competitiveness of an enterprise at the international and regional levels. The article considers main criteria of Decent Work, essence and specific features of the variable part of labour income and the role of stimulation in development of enterprises.
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 6 ()
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