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HISTORICAL, SOCIOLOGICAL AND JURIDICAL ANALYSIS OF TRAINING OF LOCAL GOVERNEMENT EMPLOYEES IN CZECH AND SLOVAK REPUBLIC

Abstrakt:

The Czech Republic and Slovakia are characterised by a special relationship with the training of employees in public sector due to their shared paths in the Czechoslovakia. In Czechoslovakia, which was long under the Soviet yoke, regional and local authorities were perceived as a potential risk to the regime. In this two countries decentralised territorial management models were quickly imported after the fall of the Berlin Wall but during this transition human resource management was neglected. Although legislating in these two countries quickly recognised the principles of local autonomy, aspects relating to the training of local government employees emerged more slowly. Legal frameworks for the training of local government employees are therefore relatively new.

Autor: Frédéric DELANEUVILLE

Vydanie: 2018/4     Strany: 104-109     Klasifikácia JEL: M12, M11,M10

Kľúčové slová: decentralisation, human resources, training, local government employees

Sekcia: PUBLIC ECONOMICS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Kontakty:
Frédéric Delaneuville, PhD.
Faculty of management
Comenius University
Odbojarov 10
Bratislava
e-mail: frederic.delaneuville@fm.uniba.sk


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