The international scientific seminar Managing and Developing Human Resources 2015 has been organized as one of the events of Faculty of Business Management, University of Economics in Bratislava on the occasion of 75th anniversary of the university establishment. The fundamental pillar of the event is the enhancement of cooperation of Academia and Business practice in the field of Human Resources Management. Therefore the seminar in 2015 has been given subtitle The Academic Bridge to HRM practice focused on main thematic fields of the seminar:
• Contemporary challenges to Human Resources Management,
• Status of HR departments and roles of HR leaders in organizations nowadays,
• Expectations on HR specialists in the context of tendencies in HRM development.
The seminar had been organized with the cooperation of the Cranfield Network on Human Resources Management (CRANET). CRANET members were the core of invited participants of the seminar, delivering major source of scientific knowledge leaning on individual as well as common research results. The seminar has been hosting speakers from business practice, delivering contemporary issues of practical HRM as well as status on the best practice. There were present respected authorities of universities and business schools in Slovakia.
Aims of the seminar were to create platform for presentation of the research results of teams joined in CRANET, enable presentation of empirical knowledge of HR leaders of Slovak enterprises, seeking new topics to projects for research and common fields, enhancement the cooperation between academic soil and business, and boost platform for new bonds to enhance institutional as well as personal further cooperation and delivery of the speakers’ book and the book of proceedings gathering contemporary research outputs of publishing participants.
The seminar has been organized within the Scientific Project VEGA 1/0842/13 Flexibility of the workforce as the stability of employees and organization in the context of Lisabon Strategy 2020 and strategy of Europe 2020.
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INTEGRATIVE EVALUATION METHODS IN TALENT MANAGEMENT – EMPIRICAL RESEARCH EXEMPLIFIED BY STUDENTS AT THE FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF PÉCS (Gábor Balogh)
GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CURRENT SITUATION OF THE SOCIAL AND SOLIDARITY ECONOMY (SSE) IN THE SLOVAK REPUBLIC (Gabriela Dubcová – Dana Hrušovská – Jana Kissová)
MAPPING THE RELEVANT ENTITIES OF THE SOCIAL AND SOLIDARITY ECONOMY (SSE) IN THE SLOVAK REPUBLIC (Gabriela Dubcová – Katarína Grančičová – Denisa Gajdová)
COMPETENCIES USED BY HR MANAGERS IN CONFLICT RESOLUTION (Hana Gažová Adamková)
DO SLOVAK HR MANAGERS AND RECRUITERS KNOW WHAT IS IMPORTANT WHEN ASSESSING JOB CANDIDATES? (Róbert Hanák)
HUMAN RESOURCE EFFECTIVENESS IN THE SME SECTOR OF HUNGARY AFTER THE INTRODUCTION OF THE INTRADAY CREDIT
PAYMENT SYSTEM (János Hárskuti)
REGIONAL ASPECT OF UNEMPLOYMENT IN SLOVAKIA (Anna Harumová, Ján Londák)
FLEXICURITY CONCEPT – REFLECTING THE NEEDS OF QALITATIVE CHANGE IN HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN SLOVAK ORGANIZATIONS COOPING THE CONTEMPORARY TENDENCIES IN EUROPEAN LABOR MARKET (Zuzana Joniaková – Jana Blštáková)
ЗНАЧИМОСТЬ УПРАВЛЕНИЯ ЧЕЛОВЕЧЕСКИМИ РЕСУРСАМИ НА МАЛЫХ И СРЕДНИХ ПРЕДПРИЯТИЯХ СЛОВАЦКОЙ РЕСПУБЛИКИ
NACHHALTIGKEIT IM SPIEGEL DER CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (Peter Markovič – Katarína Michalcová)
IS THERE A NEW PUBLIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN CROATIA? – A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PUBLIC- AND PRIVATE-SECTOR ORGANIZATIONS (Nina Pološki Vokić – Tomislav Hernaus)
HRM-RELATED INFORMATION DRAWN FROM THE GRADUATE CAREER TRACKING SYSTEM IN HUNGARY (Norbert Sipos)
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT PROGRAM AND HUMANISTIC AND CREATIVE EDUCATIONAL CONCEPT (Natália Tarišková)
Ing. Jana Blštáková, PhD. is member of the Department of Management, Faculty of Business Management University of Economics in Bratislava, as professor assistant, presently vice-dean for foreign affairs of the Faculty of Business Management. In scientific and pedagogical area she has been active in the fields of Human Resource Management and related. She teaches courses HRM, Compensation and Benefits, Corporate Culture, Organization of Work. She delivers classes in both, undergraduate and graduate level, in Slovak and English programs.
Prof. Ing. Peter Markovič, PhD. is member of the Department of Corporate Finance, Faculty of Business Management University of Economics in Bratislava, as professor, presently dean of the Faculty of Business Management. In scientific and pedagogical area he has been active in the fields of Corporate Financial Management and related. He teaches courses Financial Engineering, Financial Management and Valuating of Financial Instruments. He delivers classes in all, undergraduate, graduate and doctoral level, in Slovak and German programs.