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Hotel employees and corporate social responsibility : the case of Portorož, Slovenia
Tanja Planinc, Zorana Medarić, Kristina Bogataj, 2020, other scientific articles

Abstract: Corporate social responsibility has been widely researched in recent decades across different industries. This paper attempts to explore the social aspects of corporate social responsibility in the hotel industry, focusing on the awareness of csr of employees in the selected case-study of a hotel company in Portorož, Slovenia. Specifically, their awareness of csr activities oriented towards the local community was researched. A questionnaire survey was conducted among employees, investigating their awareness of the hotel company's attitude towards the local community. Results show that it is crucial for employees to be employed in a company that participates in the development of a local community. However, they often do not know how their employer carries out activities that are related to the social aspects of corporate social responsibility.
Keywords: hotel industry, corporate social responsibility, employees, Portorož, Slovenia
Published in RUP: 01.12.2021; Views: 961; Downloads: 20
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Relation between knowledge management and turnover in Slovenian micro and small start-up organisations
Riko Novak, Vasja Roblek, Gabrijel Devetak, 2013, original scientific article

Abstract: This article discusses the importance of knowledge management and employee turnover, using the example of selected Slovenian organisations, in particular, technology parks. The purpose of this article is to point out statistical characteristics between employee turnover and certain selected independent variables. The empirical research was conducted on a population of 667 Slovenian organisations gathered from the subjects of an innovative environment database, and a further sample of 51 chosen technology parks from the A group. By implementing multivariate regression analysis, we sought to examine whether knowledge requirements and knowledge transfer paths in these organisations have a statistically significant influence on employee turnover. The aim of this article is to present the results of empirical research that defines the development of a conceptual framework for understanding the influence of knowledge management on employee turnover. The results have shown that the importance of intellectual and social capital, intangible capital assets and their continuous measurement must be acknowledged within an organisation.
Keywords: employee turnover, knowledge management, organisations, employees
Published in RUP: 30.12.2015; Views: 4278; Downloads: 132
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