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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Raisa Sidorova
Professional and Organizational Identity of State Civil Servants
HR Management in Public Sector
(Master’s programme)
2018
State civil servants play an important role in realizing and achieving effective results of social and economic development in modern Russia. The most well-known problematic of the Russian civil service system is the retention of literate professionals. The situation when more than 30% of state civil servants are in search of the best place of work indicates a low social prestige and ineffectiveness of the ongoing personnel policy.

In this regard, in order to increase the positive attitude of state civil servants to their work, it is vital to retain literate professionals, implemented through the enhancement of identity in a professional and organizational way.

The purpose of the study is to identify the relationship between the professional and organizational identity of state civil servants.

Object of research - Organizational and professional identity of state civil servants.

The subject of the study is the relationship of the organizational and professional identity of state civil servants.

Hypotheses of the study: State civil servants with high professional identity demonstrate a low organizational identity.

The practical basis for the study was the central office of the Federal Antimonopoly Service of the Russian Federation. The total volume of the sample of 67 people working in the divisions: the Office of International Economic Cooperation, the Communications and Information Technology Regulatory Department, the Department of Control of Social Sphere and Trade and the Administrative Office - the secretariat of the head.

The volume and structure of the master's thesis: introduction, 2 chapters, conclusion, bibliographic list (61 sources, including 44 in foreign languages), 2 annexes, 32 figures, 8 tables. The total volume is 79 pages.

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