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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Polina Bezuglova
Adaptation of Employees as a Modern Technology of Personnel Management (for Example, the Construction of an Adaptation System)Adaptation of Employees as a Modern Technology of Personnel Management (for Example, the Construction of an Adaptation System)
Management
(Bachelor’s programme)
2018
The purpose of this study is to develop an adaptation model that corresponds to Russian realities and apply it to the company Maersk LLC. Trends in the development of the Russian labor market are examined according to the research data of Headhunter, Rosstat and the Laboratory of Labor Research of the Higher School of Economics, goals and stages of adaptation. The obtained results during the study in the organization were taken into account in the development of the model of adaptation of employees. The adaptation program is based on the adaptation model. Practical significance will be the creation of a ready-made system for adaptation of employees for a particular organization Maersk LLC.

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