Conditions for development of human resources in the private and public sector in the Pelagonia region in the Republic of Macedonia

Dr.Sc. Lidija Stefanovska

Abstract


With the intention of having a successful performance of organizations, in conditions of increased competition in particular, human resources and their development are of utmost importance. The uniqueness of these resources, above all, due to the capabilities and competencies they possess, which guarantee to the organization sustainable, long-term company competitiveness, requires their permanent professional development and advancement. The organizations that have this practice already gain relative advantage which on its part insures better strategic position in the frames of highly competitive environment.

This research is in the direction of a real perception, ascertaining of assumptions and conditions and suggestions for human resources development. The basis for my knowledge is the reflections of the employees of their experiences in their organizations referring to the permanent professional development and advancement and the degree of satisfaction from work initiated in this context. The paper's title itself initiates draft measures that can be taken in course of inevitable change towards which all the organizations should be directed, in order to create climate for achieving aims, in direction of creating competitive organization, with effective ways of human resources development.

In this paper, the results of the conducted research in the public and private sector in the Pelagonia region in the Republic of Macedonia are presented.


Keywords


strategic management; professional development and advancement; competitiveness;

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DOI: 10.21113/iir.v2i2.145

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