Ring Organisation Model of Managing Dismissal of Employees at Industrial Enterprises
The article marks our main stages of a life cycle of an enterprise and main factors of external environment that influence activity of industrial enterprises. It justifies a necessity of managing dismissal at each stage, which manifests itself in conducting a set of measures that were called "dismissal programme", taking into account specific features of external environment. It identifies resources of enterprises, which would be necessary for realisation of each programme of dismissal of employees in accordance with the stage of a life cycle. It offers a ring organisation model of managing dismissal of employees, which takes into account stages of a life cycle, resources of enterprises and dismissal programmes appropriate to each stage. The external ring and the ring of the second level envisage dismissal on own initiative or stimulation of such a dismissal; the third ring and internal ring cover measures that are directed at dismissal on initiative of the administration (or by economic reasons).
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 6 ()
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