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Title: دور إدارة الموارد البشرية في رفع كفاءة العاملين
Other Titles: دراسة حالة مستشفى الأسنان التعليمي/الخرطوم
Authors: نجلاء أحمد العبيد كانكيج
Keywords: محمد عبد القادر محمد
رفع الكفاءة
مستشفى الأسنان التعلمي
الموارد البشرية
أداء المنظمة
الإهتمام بالعاملين
Issue Date: 2013
Citation: جامعة افريقيا العالمية - عمادة الدراسات العليا - كلية العلوم الإدارية- قسم الإدارة
Abstract: Abstract The research topic (the role of human resources management in raising the efficiency of workers case study dental Teaching Hospital / Khartoum) and the problem was that the research studied how to contribute to human resource management functions in raising the efficiency of institutions? The research work on the choice of several hypotheses of the most important human resource management tool to meet the needs of the workforce institutions of the state, has been used Description analytical approach to achieve the objectives of the research and test . Research found several results of the most important facing the human resources of many challenges for internal reasons subjective and objective and external, as well as produced a globalization and the information revolution challenges of contemporary front of human resources were not previously existed as a result overlap of workers and Charkha in many places and then feed each other, for the development of Hospital Dentistry and that the most important incentives for doctors and promotions and financial reward courses and assignments of Foreign Affairs) Find offers several recommendations, notably the proper planning of the workforce and using scientific methods of choice, and the development of specialized training programs targeted to develop the capacity of workers as well as the experiences of workers in the sections which contributes to the largest increase of the level of efficiency.
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