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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Dmitrii Krylov
Factors Influencing the Specific Character of Career Progress in the JSC «Megafon Retail» compny
Management
(Bachelor’s programme)
2016
Career development - is an important part of the process of formation an employee in the organization. Not developing employee is an employee with declining productivity. Moreover, this field under consideration is very topical in conditions of constant world’s change. The study examines personal and organizational motives of building or not building career plan. Questionnaire and personal interviews were used to collect date about level of motivation for career planning. The conclusion can also be drawn that examining of internal and external factors is a key of understanding the specifics of career development programs; it gives the opportunity to promote each worker in all professional areas. Following an in – depth analysis of preliminary research results, some recommendation for departments in considered organization will be presented

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