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Features of Attracting Staff to the Municipal Service in Cities of Federal Significance

Student: Ruben Zhukovskiy

Supervisor: Valeriya Utkina

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Public Administration (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2017

The purpose of the study is to develop recommendations for improving the process of recruiting staff at the enterprise. The object of the study is the system of attracting personnel to a municipal institution. The subject of the research is the technology of attracting personnel to the municipal service. A study was conducted on the effectiveness of staff recruitment in a municipality "Krylatskoe" . The study identified a number of shortcomings in the process of recruitment of personnel in the institution, a survey was conducted to identify the current status of the process of recruiting staff in the institution, and recommendations were developed to improve the involvement of personnel in the municipality. The expected socio-economic efficiency of the proposed recommendations was calculated.

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