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2015, vol. 61, br. 2, str. 131-142
Rad od kuće kao alternativa za postizanje poslovno - porodičnog balansa
aUniverzitet 'Union - Nikola Tesla', Fakultet za poslovne studije i pravo - FPSP, Beograd
bUniverzitet Metropolitan, Fakultet za menadžment, Beograd

e-adresanevenakrasulja@gmail.com, milica.vasiljevic@metropolitan.ac.rs, ivana.radojevic@metropolitan.ac.rs
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Autori se u radu bave definisanjem problematike porodično - poslovnog balansa, kao i povezanosti ovog fenomena sa radom od kuće. Osnovna teza od koje se polazi jeste da se željeni balans može postići ukoliko se zaposlenima pruže fleksibilnije radne šeme, a kao jedna od njih, i mogućnost da svoj posao obavljaju od kuće. Prema predviđanjima vezanim za radno mesto budućnosti, zaposleni iz gotovo svih demografskih, kulturoloških i socioloških grupa opredelili su se da trend po kome se život svodi samo na rad moto 'živi da bi radio' više nije aktuelan. Pod terminom 'živi da bi radio' podrazumeva se potpuna posvećenost pojedinca poslu koji on smatra 'centrom' svog života. Danas zaposleni više nisu samo zaposleni u organizaciji, oni 'igraju' više uloga koje je potrebno međusobno pomiriti. Termin 'work life balance', koji je okosnica ovog rada, predstavlja uspostvaljanje ravnoteže između poslovnog i privatnog (porodičnog) života. Sve je veći broj zaposlenih, posebno kada se radi o pripadnicima mlađih generacija, koji ne žele da osećaju pritisak posla po završetku radnog vremena.Cilj ovog rada je da predstavi glavne izazove rukovodilaca širom sveta u budućnosti, a to je motivacija zaposlenih. Smatra se da osoba više neće podnositi žrtvu ili napor samo zbog novca koliko će na to biti spremna zbog drugih nematerijanih momenata (Gijić, Jović, Reko, 2013). Osnovne metode koje su korišćene u ovom radu su analiza i sinteza i komparativni metod. Metod analize i sinteze, kao osnovno metodološko sredstvo, koristi se u celom radu, dok je komparativni metod korišćen u svrhu poređenja rezultata do kojih su istraživači do danas došli.
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DOI: 10.5937/ekonomika1502131K
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