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Publikācija: Development of Employee Integration: Share Ownership Perspective

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Nosaukums oriģinālvalodā Development of Employee Integration: Share Ownership Perspective
Pētniecības nozare 5. Sociālās zinātnes
Pētniecības apakšnozare 5.2. Ekonomika un uzņēmējdarbība
Autori Anželika Berķe-Berga
Inna Dovladbekova
Ērika Šumilo
Ilona Baumane-Ozoliņa
Atslēgas vārdi employee ownership, employee participation, labour management relations, ownership structure, corporate culture
Anotācija In recent decades the world has experienced changes in business paradigm – from manufacturing oriented to human oriented. Nevertheless many companies still operate the old way. The result is dissatisfied employees, wasting their bright ideas and low level of employee motivation. This emphasizes topicality of employee integration studies. This article examines the relationship between employee share ownership and employee integration. Authors argue that employee share ownership promotes employee integration the goals and benefits of both phenomena match significantly. Research discovers hat distribution of employee share ownership in a country very much depends on legal basis and taxation. Authors’ qualitative and quantitative surveys in Latvian enterprises reveal that employee share ownership may improve employee integration.
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Atsauce Berķe-Berga, A., Dovladbekova, I., Šumilo, Ē., Baumane-Ozoliņa, I. Development of Employee Integration: Share Ownership Perspective. No: Rural Development and Entrepreneurship : Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference "Economic Science for Rural Development", Latvija, Jelgava, 23.-24. aprīlis, 2015. Jelgava: Latvia University of Agriculture, 2015, 79.-88.lpp. ISBN 978-9984-48-182-1. ISSN 1691-3078. e-ISSN 2255-9930.
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