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Competency management, coordination and responsibility in Slovenia
Magda Zupančič, 2020, original scientific article

Published in DKUM: 31.08.2023; Views: 284; Downloads: 27
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Older knowledge workers as the labour market potential : (Slovenia versus Finland)
Magda Zupančič, 2016, original scientific article

Published in DKUM: 28.08.2023; Views: 361; Downloads: 10
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Employees: invisible added value of a company
Magda Zupančič, 2018, original scientific article

Abstract: In developed economies, where the work input exceeds the physical input, the lack of harmonised and standardised rules of human capital assessment is visible. The mentioned indicates the deficit of an important part of the comprehensive value-added assessment. What do we lose by ignoring the important part of the employee’s value added in the working process? Companies underestimate the employee’s human capital input. Consequently, society typically does not recognize invisible sources of value added in companies. The goals of this article are to highlight the missing human capital (HC) element at the company level assessment and to raise the awareness about its importance. By analysing existing methods of coping with the mentioned challenge, no harmonised solution is evident. By the increasing share of the service sector, emphasis on the HC element should be monitored more closely. The article focuses on the missing and invisible human capital elements in the framework of the value added; it offers suggestions for inclusion of the human capital factor in the process of company’s value added assessment as well as reflections on further steps in this direction.
Keywords: employee, value added, human capital, assessment
Published in DKUM: 10.10.2018; Views: 1534; Downloads: 354
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Older knowledge workers as the labour market potential (Slovenia versus Finland)
Magda Zupančič, 2017, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: This article refers to the challenge of demographic changes gaining attention in many developed countries. The European Union recognized the need to activate older knowledge workers, who are underrepresented and pushed out of the labour market or are inadequately motivated to continue their employment for various reasons, despite their accumulated knowledge and experiences. EU member states respond differently to their ageing, with more or less successful national policies. This article is based on research of the labour market development for older knowledge workers in Slovenia compared to the Finnish age management policy at the end of the 1990s that successfully increased Finnish older knowledge workers’ employment through focused and holistic measures. Slovenia stagnated in the same period due to a lack of holistic solutions-a situation that continues today. The results and deficiencies of past bad and good practices in these two compared EU member states might offer some further reflections on possible steps to follow or avoid regarding active ageing solutions in the EU.
Keywords: older knowledge workers, Slovenia, Finland, EU
Published in DKUM: 14.11.2017; Views: 1248; Downloads: 383
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Inovacija upravljanja starejših znanjskih sodelavcev kot dejavnik inovativnosti in konkurenčnosti trga dela kot podsistema gospodarstva v Sloveniji
Magda Zupančič, 2016, doctoral dissertation

Abstract: Trg dela se stara, ta fenomen pa bo imel v prihodnosti velike ekonomske in socialne posledice, katerih se slovenska družba ne zaveda v zadostni meri. Zmanjšuje se število delovno aktivnih prebivalcev Slovenije, od katerih je odvisna produktivnost inovativnosti in konkurenčnost trga dela ter gospodarstva. Posebej zaskrbljujoč je nizek delež znanjskih starejših sodelavcev kot najproduktivnejših oseb z znanjem in izkušnjami, ki jih družba zanemarja. Doktorsko delo identificira ključne ovire večji delovni aktivnosti starejših znanjskih sodelavcev v Sloveniji. Primer dobre prakse primerjalne države je Finska. Finska je namreč že pred mnogo leti začela izvajati celovite ukrepe aktivnega staranja ter dosegla izredne pozitivne rezultate. Na podlagi primerjav, analitične raziskave na podlagi ankete in predložitev ključnih ukrepov in reform, doktorsko delo predloži model, ki v okviru izbranih dejavnikov omogoča inovacijo upravljanja starejših znanjskih sodelavcev kot dejavnika inovativnosti in konkurenčnosti trga dela kot podsistema gospodarstva v Sloveniji.
Keywords: Trg dela, aktivno staranje, delovna sposobnost, motivacija, izkušnje
Published in DKUM: 07.11.2016; Views: 1819; Downloads: 182
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Active ageing strategies to strengthen social inclusion
Magda Zupančič, 2007, treatise, preliminary study, study

Published in DKUM: 30.05.2012; Views: 1549; Downloads: 52
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