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2021, vol. 6, br. 1, str. 63-71
Balans privatnog i profesionalnog života nastavnog osoblja na visokoškolskim ustanovama u uslovima pandemije virusa Covid 19
Univerzitet 'Union - Nikola Tesla', Fakultet za inženjerski menadžment - FIM, Beograd

e-adresatatjana.ikosanovic@fim.rs
Ključne reči: Balans privatnog i profesionalnog života; nastavno osoblje; visokoškolske ustanove; pandemija Covid 19 virusa
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Pitanje ravnoteže između poslovnog i privatnog života nastavnog osoblja na visokoškolskim ustanovama postaje sve zanimljivije za istraživače zbog složenosti odgovornosti nastavnika koje uključuju ne samo nastavu i pripremu predavanja, već prvenstveno naučna istraživanja i pisanje naučnih radova, kao i razne administrativne dužnosti i eventualne menadžerske dužnosti (šefovi katedri, prodekani, itd.). Ova tema dobija na značaju ne samo u odnosu na žene na nastavničkim pozicijama u visokom obrazovanju, već i u celini pri privlačenju i zadržavanju talenata. Ovaj složeni problem je posebno očigledan u okolnostima katastrofe poput pandemije virusa COVID-19. Ovaj rad proučava stavove (u obliku intervjua) nastavnog osoblja-asistenata u nastavi, predavača (stranih jezika), docenata, vanrednih i redovnih profesora prema postignutom balansu poslovnog i privatnog života u periodu rada od kuće tokom vanrednog stanja u Srbiji od 16. marta do 18. maja, kada se većina visokoškolskih ustanova vratila na poluregularne načine rada na primeru Fakulteta za inženjerski menadžment, Beograd, Srbija. Iako je uzorak Mali, može se zaključiti da su svi nivoi nastavnog osoblja imali poteškoća u održavanju ravnoteže između radnog i privatnog života tokom rada od kuće, posebno oni sa decom školskog uzrasta.
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jezik rada: engleski
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DOI: 10.5937/SJEM2101064I
prihvaćen: 21.01.2021.
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