Managerial Strategies Concerning The Wage Politics In The Medical-Sanitary Institutions
It is well known that nowadays the evolution of the payroll in the sanitary organisms is in opposition with the insufficiency of the resources of these institutions. As a result, the prevision of the payroll due to a year in report with another one, must be made depending on a complex analysis, based both on the situation of the environment and on the objectives established in dependence with the existent constraints and on the anticipated results which, measuring the degree of realization of the different decisions, will allow the alternative comparisons and the selection of the most satisfying. The paper analyzes the evolution of this payroll taking into account the increase of the general wages which apply to all employees; the increases of the individual wages (merits or promotions) and the stuff movement materialized in stuff inputs (employments) and stuff outputs (departures, resignations, etc.)
Volume (Year): 6 (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (March)
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