Personnel management as the concept of interdisciplinary significance in the context of socially-oriented economy


The paper highlights the social orientation of the economy’s functioning related to enterprise personnel management. Suggested analysis testifies to the fact that based on the interdisciplinary orientation of the research related to the social sphere of the economy, the process of the functioning of any economic system envisages the permanent interrelation and effects of such three entities as man, enterprise and society. It has been substantiated that the interrelation between the above specified social and economic entities makes it possible to formulate the aim and outline the theses concerning the interdisciplinary approach to determining the importance of personnel management in the socially-oriented economy system. It has been revealed that in the case of the sector of “man-enterprise” model the most characteristic interdisciplinary link in personnel management is a personnel planning which possesses such inherent traits as the personnel disposition, the distribution of duties among employees and their motivation, as well as the strategic forecasting of the career development. The author shows that in the socially-oriented model of the economy of personnel management such as HR-management, human development and personal development aim to reveal the man’s needs and interests that appear in the process of labour during the change in the professional activities and further training. Besides, the above directions prove inevitable when looking for the compromise agreement between the employer and the employee. The research conducted proves that the interrelations’ conceptual principles between the social and economic entities and the cooperation results make it possible to determine the essence of the interdisciplinary approach to personnel management. This essence lies in determining and assessing man’s social criterion and his qualitative characteristics – humanism, trust, and team spirit. The qualitative characteristics outlined in the theoretical research and are related to personnel management make it possible to form up the socially-oriented economy for the society and the political system. Simultaneously, they are of great value for the individual, the enterprise, and society, since they help make the country’s political and economic systems socially-oriented when a man is not considered of minor importance after profit, money, and capital.

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