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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Anastasiya Matyushkina
Problem of integration of individual into public organization
Faculty of Public Administration
Bachelor’s programme
10
2014
Recently, the number of negative reviews of the civil service among the general population, including young professionals in the field of public administration, has increased significantly. The popular opinion is that the civil service is corruptive, uncompetitive at the labor market, that civil servants often feel the meaninglessness of their work, a lack of interest, incentives and motivation to work.The problems listed above are the direct consequences of the lack of integration activities in the organization. It is assumed that each individual has his or her own personal goals, which need to be realized during the work in the particular organization. But not only employees have their goals, the organization also focuses on the implementation of its main mission and internal purposes. To attract qualified personnel in the organization, to keep him and to motivate, it is necessary to reach a state where employees are aware of the purpose of the organization is committed to them and believe that it is possible to realize their personal goals through the organization's goals. It is the problem of integration of the individual in the organization.In this paper, was conducted content analysis of legal documents and public information on the website of the federal bodies of executive power as a method of research. As a result, the theoretical analysis and empirical study were proved two research hypothesis that 1) government organizations are now at the initial stage of the integration process of embedding in human resource management, and 2) the presence of the explicit goals of public organizations and knowledge of these goals by the staff is necessary for the integration process.The structure of this work is a logically related introduction, three chapters, conclusion and two appendices.

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