УПРАВЉАЊЕ ТАЛЕНТИМА: МОГУЋНОСТИ И ОГРАНИЧЕЊА ЗА СРПСКЕ ОРГАНИЗАЦИЈЕ/ALENT MANAGEMENT: OPPORTUNITIES AND LIMITATIONS FOR SERBIAN ORGANIZATIONS

Марко Славковић, Верица Бабић, Весна Стојановић Алексић

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379

Abstract


The importance of talented individuals for economic development has led to a “war for talent” at the global level, which implies a strong attraction and recruitment of talent by the state and companies. The direct consequences of this behaviour are reinforced by demographic trends and changes in the labour market. The main objective of this paper is to identify key talent management activities and to determine the impact of talent management on organisational performance related to services to customers/clients and onemployee motivation and satisfaction through a study that was conducted on a sample of companies from Serbia. The results of the empirical research presented in this paper show that not all talent management activities developto the same extent and that talent management has a positive impact on organisational performance of employees, which affects their motivation and satisfaction. The research results provide clear guidelines for improving talent management activities as well as suggestions for retaining talented workers in the organisation.

Key words:         human resource management, talent management, motivation, organisational performance, employee satisfaction.

 

Апстракт

Значај талентованих појединаца за економски развој довео је до „рата за таленте“ на глобалном нивоу који подразумева снажно привлачење и анга­жо­вање талената од стране држава и предузећа. Директне последице таквог по­на­шања су појачана демографска кретања и промене на тржишту радне снаге. Основни циљ рада је да идентификује кључне активности управљања та­ленти­ма, да утврди утицај управљања талентима на организационе перформансе по­везане са услугама купцима/клијентима и на мотивацију и задовољство запо­сле­них кроз истраживање које је спроведено на узорку предузећа из Србије. Ре­зулта­ти емпиријског истраживања који су представљени у раду су показали да ни­су све активности управљања талентима у подједнакој мери развијене и да управљање талентима има позитиван утицај на организационе перформансе по­ве­зане са запосленима из чега проистиче њихова мотивисаност и задовољство. Ре­зултати истраживања дају јасне смернице за унапређење активности управ­ља­ња талентима, као и предлоге за задржавање талената у организацији.

Кључне речи:   управљање људским ресурсима, управљање талентима, мотивација, организационе перформансе, задовољство запослених


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