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Labour Fluctuation in Hungary in Line of Empirical Research


  • József Poór

    () (J. Selye University)

  • Anna Francsovics

    () (Óbuda University)

  • Györgyi Lakatosné Szuhai

    () (Szent István University)


Our aim is to show the relationships between fluctuations in the workforce and growth in the number of employees (the size of the organisation), increased turnover and the form of ownership. We identified these relationships by means of an empirical survey based on data provided by 207 organisations. In this we looked at the ways in which fluctuations in the workforce affecting both senior and middle managers, administrative staff and physical workers alike are affected by the size of the company, its turnover and also its form of ownership. This example of the European demographic situation should focus our attention on some of the social and economic problems to be faced in the coming years.

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  • József Poór & Anna Francsovics & Györgyi Lakatosné Szuhai, 2014. "Labour Fluctuation in Hungary in Line of Empirical Research," Proceedings- 11th International Conference on Mangement, Enterprise and Benchmarking (MEB 2014),, Óbuda University, Keleti Faculty of Business and Management.
  • Handle: RePEc:pkk:meb014:169-184

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    1. Anitha V, 2008. "Personality Traits and Administrators," Working Papers 192, Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bangalore.
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    fluctuation; size; ownership; Hungary;


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