Problems and Incentives in the Career Development of Staff in Industrial Enterprises


human resources, career development, career development problems, promoting career

The article highlights the nature and contemporary parameters of careers and career development in industrial enterprises. The major problems faced by economic entities during the management of these corporate processes have been outlined. The potential aspects of promoting career development in industrial enterprises have been considered.

JEL: J20, J21, J24, O15
Pages: 17
Price: 2 Points

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