The personnel capacities and needs of small and medium trade companies seen through the traineeship in Republic of Macedonia

Tusevska, Borka and Miseva, Kristina and Kosevaliska, Olga (2015) The personnel capacities and needs of small and medium trade companies seen through the traineeship in Republic of Macedonia. International Journal of Sciences: Basic and Applied Research, 24 (7). ISSN 2307-4531


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The personnel capacities (the available human resources) in the small and medium businesses have an essential role in any national economy concerning its sustainability, economic growth and development. As a pivotal segment in the sustainability and the progress of the small and medium businesses, the personnel capacities and their proper allocation contributed the enhancement of productivity, innovation capacity and profitability in those businesses. The fact that most of the Macedonian economy is based upon small and medium trade associations, made us believe that the research would be most relevant if conducted on this category of trade subjects. The research aims to determine the real needs and challenges of the Macedonian trade associations on one hand, and their openness and availability related to the trainees on the other hand, as a future perspective for the personnel capacities of the trade associations. This would be done by focusing on the needs of the small and medium trade associations and the position of the trainees regarding the personnel capacity and the human resource management (hereinafter HRM). The whole research is based on an analysis of the statutory regulations, the operative plans of the Macedonian government and ministries, the factual condition determined based on the elaborated quantity data in the paper and finally, the close relations among the challenges and the needs of small and medium size entrepreneurs (hereinafter SMSE) versus the status of the trainees in Macedonia. The economy’s needs and challenges that derive from the type, the character and the size of the trade work that is being realized and that is typical for the region that is being analysed. Correspondingly, the research conducted relating this topic shows the same connotation.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Social Sciences > Law
Divisions: Faculty of Law
Depositing User: Kristina Miseva
Date Deposited: 27 Jan 2016 10:53
Last Modified: 27 Jan 2016 10:53

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