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Evaluation of professional competences by multiple regression analysis (for example, bank employees)


  • Limonova, Ekaterina

    () (Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration- Stolypin Volga Region Institute of administration)


The article discusses the possibility of using valuation of bank staff using a regression model of professional competencies. The advantages of its use in personnel management system. We describe the most important for the banking business competence. The results of evaluation of the use of bank staff on the basis of six months in one of the largest commercial banks in the Russian Federation.

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  • Limonova, Ekaterina, 2016. "Evaluation of professional competences by multiple regression analysis (for example, bank employees)," Published Papers m16l2, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
  • Handle: RePEc:rnp:ppaper:m16l2
    Note: Published in electronic scientific publishing "Paradigm" #1’ 2016, p. 103-114

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    personnel management system; professional competence; a model of multiple regression; the estimation of personnel for six months results.;

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