University of Presov (Slovakia)
University of Economics in Bratislava (Slovakia)
Technical University of Kosice (Slovakia)
University of Presov (Slovakia)
University of Presov (Slovakia)
The article focuses on the area of innovative trends in human resources management in selected health care organization in Slovakia. The labour force management has a significant impact on the results of business activities. The content of the article is an overview of the theoretical knowledge from the field of human resources management and evaluation of the data of the; own survey carried out in selected health care organization. The basis of the article is the set assumptions aimed at the division of employees by age and their influence on the application of the manager’s will and the two-way communication with the manager. The research part of the article is aimed at obtaining and evaluating the data obtained by the questionnaire survey on the application of the leading methods in health care organizations. The result of this article is hypothesis verification using a chi-square test and subsequent assessment of the style of leadership in the examined health care organization. At the significance level of p<0.05, and a statistically significant correlation between all pairs of analysed methods was revealed. Statistical methods have found that there is a statistically significant relationship between employee age and perception of managerial will. A statistically significant relationship was also confirmed between the age of employees and the bilateral style of communication between the manager. From a more in-depth examination of these relationships, we note that younger employees are more sensitive to the behaviour of managers to employees, and younger employees are more inclined to communicate with the management on both sides. To evaluate the whole research, we can say that it is important to involve employees in business activities and pay attention to innovative trends in human resources management. We can state that there is no proper way of guiding people, but businesses should also seek to involve employees in decision-making. The possibility of subordinates participating in the company decision-making process may bring forth efficient directions and thereby help achieve higher company performance proving as positive contributions for stockholders, managers but for the employees, as well.
Keywords: leadership, management, health care organization, human resources, innovative trends, research.
JEL Classification: I10, M12, M54.
Cite as: Gallo, P., Mihalcova, B., Vegsoova, O., Dzurov-Vargova, T & Busova, N. (2019). Innovative trends in human resources management: evidence for the health care system. Marketing and Management of Innovations, 2, 11-20. https://doi.org/10.21272/mmi.2019.2-01
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