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International Review
2016, br. 1-2, str. 109-116
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
doi:10.5937/intrev1602109Z

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Meeting the coming organizational risk challenges in human resources
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aUniversity Union Nikola Tesla, Belgrade
bUniverzitet u Kragujevcu, Tehnički fakultet, Čačak
cNational Tax Office, Belgrade

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The research presented in this paper concerns challenges of organizational risk in the field of human resources. Research goals are to determine the degree of importance and influence of human risks in order to achieve a more favorable environment for successful business. The empirical research has been conducted in Serbia during 2015, with a sample of 43 companies from the Processing industry. There were mathematical and statistical methods, multiple regression analysis and logistic regression used. Group's core results showed that over 80% of production companies are aware of the human resources risks and their importance for the business. The contribution of this paper is to prove the scientific significance of the upcoming risks of human resources establishing theoretical and empirical knowledge about the need to improve organization approach to managing these risks.

Ključne reči

Human resources; Challenges; Organisational risks

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