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Title:Načrtovanje urnika dela zaposlenih v podjetju IKEA Maribor
Authors:ID Kastel, Viktor (Author)
ID Šarotar Žižek, Simona (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf VS_Kastel_Viktor_2023.pdf (3,33 MB)
MD5: 7CE81B7CD438A7493375D74A07C9E531
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:EPF - Faculty of Business and Economics
Abstract:Diplomsko delo je sestavljeno iz dveh delov. V prvem delu izpostavljamo teoretična spoznanja o načrtovanju dela in delovnega časa zaposlenih, v drugem pa smo izvedli empirično raziskavo v podjetju IKEA. Problem vidimo v tem, kako učinkovito načrtovati delovni urnik zaposlenih, tako da so upoštevane potrebe podjetja ter želje in potrebe zaposlenih. Načrtovanje delovnega urnika je kompleksen proces, ki zahteva upoštevanje različnih dejavnikov, kot so zakonski predpisi, delovni pogoji ipd. Zaradi številnih omejitev je izziv najti optimalno rešitev, ki zadovoljuje vse vpletene strani. Načrtovanje delovnega urnika mora zagotoviti ustrezno ravnotežje med delovnim časom in počitkom ter lahko pozitivno vpliva na zadovoljstvo in produktivnost zaposlenih. V raziskavi smo ugotovili, da so se fleksibilnost in predvidljivost urnika izkazali kot ključni dejavniki, ki prispevajo k zadovoljstvu zaposlenih, ter da pristop upoštevanja razpoložljivih virov kaže na dobro upravljanje urnika zaposlenih in ustvarjanje ugodnega delovnega okolja. Živimo v času, v katerem so človeški viri v organizaciji najpomembnejši vidik in zadovoljni zaposleni konkurenčna prednost. Po drugi strani pa managerji, ki dobro poznajo svoje podrejene, njihove želje in zasebno življenje, vedo, na kakšen način spodbujati in motivirati zaposlene pri delu ter jih na ta način ohranjati.
Keywords:delovni čas, urnik dela, upravljanje časa, organizacija dela, človeški viri
Place of publishing:Maribor
Publisher:V. Kastel
Year of publishing:2023
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-84747 New window
UDC:005.962.11
COBISS.SI-ID:164571395 New window
Publication date in DKUM:15.09.2023
Views:419
Downloads:42
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Licensing start date:18.07.2023

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Language:English
Title:Planinning work schedule for employees at IKEA Maribor
Abstract:The thesis consists of two parts. In the first part, we highlight theoretical insights into employee work and time scheduling, while in the second part, we conducted an empirical study at IKEA company. The issue at hand revolves around effectively planning employee's work schedules, taking into account the company's needs as well as the desires and requirements of the employees. Work schedule planning is a complex process that demands consideration of various factors, such as legal regulations, working conditions, and so forth. Due to numerous constraints, the challenge lies in finding an optimal solution that satisfies all involved parties. Work schedule planning must ensure a proper balance between work hours and rest, potentially positively impacting employee satisfaction and productivity. Our research revealed that flexibility and schedule predictability emerged as key factors contributing to employee satisfaction, and an approach that considers available resources demonstrates effective employee schedule management and the creation of a favorable work environment. We live in a time where human resources are the most crucial aspect of an organization, and contented employees represent a competitive advantage. On the other hand, managers who possess a deep understanding of their subordinates, their desires, and personal lives, know how to encourage and motivate employees at work, thereby retaining them in this manner.
Keywords:working hours, work schedule, time management, work organization, human resources


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