The Effects of Human Resources’ Qualification Improvement on Their Efficiency in the Public and Private Sectors

  • Edmundas Jasinskas
  • Biruta Svagzdiene
  • Arturas Simanavicius
Conference paper
Part of the Eurasian Studies in Business and Economics book series (EBES, volume 9)

Abstract

In a varying and regularly learning environment the opinion has been formed, human resources of organization is the main factor ensuring the efficiency of organization activity. With a changing environment the qualification of human resources has to be properly improved both in private and public sectors. The main scientific problem is, that the methods for qualification improvement of human resources have to be applied adequately in accordance with activity features of different sectors. The research revealed, that qualification improvement methods in both sectors were different. Usually applied qualification improvement methods in the public sector were the following: self-training, seminars and trainings organized by the training agencies, dual strategy of refresher training was applied, and in the private sector the following methods were the most popular: training of internal employees, internship in other organizations, international trainings as well as mentoring and the most applied intensive qualification improvement strategy of human resources; this differently influenced the efficiency of their activities.

Keywords

Human resources management Qualification Efficiency Public and private sectors 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Edmundas Jasinskas
    • 1
  • Biruta Svagzdiene
    • 1
  • Arturas Simanavicius
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Sports Management, Economics and SociologyLithuanian Sports UniversityKaunasLithuania

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