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Human Resources Development and Management of the Energy System

By Jabua, David

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Title: Human Resources Development and Management of the Energy System  
Author: Jabua, David
Language: Georgian
Subject: Georgian, Human Resource Management, Management & Auxiliary Services
Collections: National Library of Georgia
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Publisher: Library of Georgia


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Table of Contents
TOC: Title Page; Signature Page; Copyright Page; Summary (in Two Languages); the Content (Table of Contents); List of tables; List of Drawings; F A L I T E S A; Literature Review; Chapter I. Energy Companies Manufacturing Personnel Selection and Hiring; 1.1 Establishment of A Major Historical Stages of Human Rsursebis Commanded Scientific Sampling System and in This Regard the Situation in the Energy Space Analysis; 1.2 the Objectives of the Organization and Human Resource Management in the Process of the Body; 1.3 Personnel Selection and Employment Process Contribution; 1.3.1 Basic Concepts of Personnel Recruitment; 1.3.2 the Time Consumption; 1.3.3 Profile of the Requirements; 1.3.4 Job Ad; 1.3.5 the Selection of Candidates on the Phone; 1.3.6 Testing; 1.3.7 Classification of Key Skills and Qualities; 1.3.8 Difficulties in Selecting and Evaluating the Possible Errors in the Review; 1.3.9 Recruitment Situational Methods; 1.3.10 interviews and Analysis of the Results Obtained; Chapter Ii Production Staff Salary System Model of innovative Energy Companies; 2.1 innovative Reward System Objectives and Principles of Operation; 2.2 Classification of Personnel; 2.3 Determination of the Salaries of the Range of Positions By Categories; 2.4 Determination of the Salaries of the Load / Scores Using the Liability; Chapter Iii Sistmis Using innovative Compensation and Comparative Analysis of the Effect; 3.1 the Introduction of A Reward System in the Enterprise As A Result of the Effect; 3.2 Comparative Analysis and Issues; D A N A F J; References; Annex.


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