Роль отдела кадров в бюджетировании: данные из Греции
Коэн С., Карацимас С.

Аннотация

Статья посвящена роли отдела кадров в бюджетировании, а также особенностям использования этой функции в работе с персоналом. Данные, необходимые для исследования, получены в результате анализа структурированных анкет, заполненных руководителями отделов кадров 100 греческих компаний.

Содержание

Введение;

Обзор литературы;

Стимулирование;

Стимулирование с помощью наград;

Стимулирование посредством сложности

достижения бюджетных целей;

Коммуникация;

Восходящая и нисходящая коммуникация;

Горизонтальная коммуникация;

Эффективность работы;

Бюджет как инструмент оценки эффективности работы;

Степень понятности бюджетных целей;

Контроль;

Взаимодействие между бухгалтерским учетом и управлением человеческими ресурсами;

Методология исследования и сбор данных;

Выборка;

Стимулирование;

Коммуникация;

Оценка результатов деятельности;

Контроль;

Размер компании;

Выводы;

Ключевые слова: бюджетирование, человеческие ресурсы, отдел кадров, стимулирование, коммуникация, оценка результатов деятельности, контроль
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Коэн Сандра

Сотрудник Афинского университета экономики и бизнеса.

г. Афины, Греция

Карацимас Сотирис

Сотрудник Эгейского университета.

г. Хиос, Греция