Year of Graduation
control mechanism of employee loyalty in small enterprises
Faculty of Sociology
In this study we investigated the informal practices in public employment.In this study we investigated the informal practices in public employment.The aim of this study is an initial study of informal practices, identifying types of informal practices, and classification by the employer, which of the practices they use.Object and subject of studyThe object of this study are small enterprises with number of employees between 50 and 100 with opene vacancy of Marketing Specialist.The subject of this study are informal practices in employment. These actions that the employer uses to select applicants that are against the law.Objectives of the study.1. identify informal practices that the employer uses the interview and classify these practices on their purpose of use2. Establish a link between informal practices used by the employer and the properties of the employer.This study suggests the primary analysis of informal practices and search for links between informal practices and internal device company. In this regard, it was selected a qualitative approach to data analysis.This topic is in an extreme degree of sensitivity, so it was necessary to very carefully approach to finding the right method and research methodology. For this study method was chosen complicit observation. This method involves the simulation study entry into the social environment, adaptation of events and analysis of the situation from the inside. Essentially, this method carried out case studies in anthropology and allows "get used to the environment", to get the maximum undistorted picture of the actions of actors in the sensitive situation. The study took place as part in interviews for a job in marketing.Main results.Have been identified previously undocumented employment practices. Also identified three clusters of employers informal practices that they used. Some practice is not included in any one cluster and widely distributed among almost all employers. The study was reconnaissance in nature and is not intended for statistical accuracy, but it can serve as a basis for future quantitative research.