Valentina Litinska


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Language: Ukrainian
Abstract. The problems of career management in higher education institutions are topical and require the study of the nature of the career, the types of career, its factors and the basic principles of the system of career management in higher education institutions. Personnel career management in higher education is one of the most complex human resources technologies. The purpose of the study is to determine the theoretical and methodological foundations of the formation of a personnel career management system in higher education institutions. The article explains the concept of “career” and defines the author’s interpretation of it, according to which it is advisable to consider the career of personnel as a step-by-step progression of employees in the hierarchy, what happens according to the growth of their practical experience and professional, business and personal qualities. It is through this approach that it is possible to reveal the meaning of the career as an object of management in higher education. Given the existence of a number of career types, the article systematizes approaches to classification features and career types. Factors influencing the career development of the employees of educational institutions are also analyzed and a systematic approach to their classification is determined. Thus, these factors are proposed to be divided into external and internal factors. The article focuses on the issues of the formation of a career management system for the employees in higher education institutions. In particular, a scientific and methodological approach to personnel career management was proposed, providing for the definition of the system of career management of personnel in higher education institutions as a set of planning, organization, evaluation, monitoring and motivation of the employee’s career development. The prospect of further scientific research in this direction lies in the development of an effective mechanism for managing the career of staff in higher education institutions.
Keywords: career, management, staff, system, institution, higher education.

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