Modern Problems of Managing Labour Potential of Domestic Trans-national Companies (TNC)
The article identifies the role of labour resources in a TNC, considers specific features of formation of the labour potential of TNC, identifies specific factors that influence management of labour potential of domestic TNC; detects and analyses factors of the macro-environment, which TNC should take into account in Ukraine; characterises principles of efficient management of labour potential of domestic TNC and methods of formation of labour potential of TNC, establishes a necessity of adaptation of the system of management of labour potential of domestic TNC to the domestic regulatory and legal base, describes expediency of accounting scientific and technical factors, national mentality and cultural traditions on increase of efficiency of management of labour potential of TNC. The article also offers a number of principles for ensuring formation and efficient use of labour potential at domestic TNC.
Volume (Year): (2014)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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