Aktuálne číslo: 2/2020
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Knowing the right motivation of employees is one of the basic assumptions of the successful functioning of the organization. The introduction of e-government into the public administration institutions changes the requirements for staff and their management, which requires examining the forms of motivation. The aim of the study presented is to analyse the opinions of the employees on the incentives employed by the employer and at the same time analyse the possibilities of motivating employees in relation to the introduction of the E-government.

Autor: Adriana MARTOŠOVÁ

Vydanie: 2019/4     Strany: 33-41     Klasifikácia JEL: L0, L6, L8

Kľúčové slová: E-government, employee, motivation, public administration


Ing. Adriana Martošová
University of Alexander Dubcek in Trencin
Faculty economic and social relations
Department management and human resources management
Studentska 3, 911 50 Trencin


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