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2019, vol. 7, br. 1, str. 49-60
Zadovoljstvo poslom kao merilo subjektivnog uspeha u karijeri
aUniverzitet u Nišu
bUniverzitet odbrane, Vojna akademija, Beograd

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Da bi organizacija mogla uspešno da posluje neophodno je da poznaje sve zaposlene i da uspostavi saglasnost između individualnih i organizacionih ciljeva, što znači da treba da sledi sledeću poslovnu filozofiju: "Veliki učinak i veliko zadovoljstvo pojedinca." Ipak, ono što predstavlja osnovu kvalitetne radne organizacije jesu pouzdani zaposleni koji su zadovoljni svojim poslom, spremni da napreduju i uče i time i sebi i organizaciji donose profit, bilo u materijalnom ili nekom drugom smislu. Zaposleni koji nisu zadovoljni neće obavljati posao kako treba, što rađa direktnu materijalnu štetu. Osim toga, nezadovoljni zaposleni će želeti da napuste posao i u tom slučaju će svi resursi ranije uloženi u tog zaposlenog praktično biti bačeni u vodu. Za savremeno poslovanje, koje karakteriše jaka konkurencija i stalne promene, tržište rada diktira zahteve razvoja ličnih sposobnosti. Zbog toga je razvoj karijere postao ključna odgovornost samih pojedinaca koji razvojem ličnih sposobnosti treba aktivno da održavaju sopstvenu zapošljivost na promenljivom tržištu rada. Da bi organizacija zdravo funkcionisala i donosila profit, potrebno je kontrolisati i unapređivati zadovoljstvo zaposlenih, jer upravo na zadovoljnim ljudskim resursima počiva uspešnost svake organizacije.
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jezik rada: španski
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DOI: 10.5937/trendpos1901049J
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 29.07.2019.
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