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Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Ekaterina Botishcheva
Incentives and Motivation for Staff in Big Companies with Public Ownership
Public Administration
(Bachelor’s programme)
The theme: "Incentives and Motivation for Staff in Big Companies with Public Ownership."

The workload is 57 pages, which include 5 tables and one diagram. Has been used 33 source to wrote the work.

The object of research is the organizations with public ownership.

The subject of the research work was the "Organization N" - a company with public ownership.

The final qualifying work includes an introduction, two chapters, conclusions on a chapters, the final conclusion, references and appendices.

The introduction reveals the relevance of studies in the chosen direction, raise the problem, the purpose and objectives of the study are determined by the object, the subject of scientific research, formulate a hypothesis, aims and objectives, stated methodological base of research, its theoretical, practical significance.

In the first chapter suggested theoretical basis of motivation and stimulation. derived specifics motivation additional activities.

The output on it are summed up by the study of theoretical material.

The second chapter contains the practical part of the work, which is based on a common characteristic of "Organization N" - companies with state participation, on an analysis of the work of staff of the Directorate, to identify the problems of motivation of their decision.

The output at It describes the significance of the results.

The conclusion is devoted to the main conclusions.

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