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Research of labor interests in the personnel management system

behavsci. ID: behavsci-657165. Behavioral Sciences Journal, 2019
The issue of actualization of labor interests as a motivational driver and one of the 9  sources of labor productivity is little-studied in applied and organizational psychology. The study 10  given in the paper fills some “blanks” of this problem. The leading approach to research is the 11  motivational system proposed on the basis of theoretical analysis and the developed psychological 12  model of labor interests. Using the methods of a special survey, questioning and interview guides, 13  the analysis and comparative assessment of the labor interests of 50 candidates for the  service 14  manager position  (entertainment and restaurant industry field)  was conducted; as well as of 45 15  employees of this industry aged 18 to 25. The main results of the paper show the connection of labor 16  interests with the company's personnel management system, namely with the processes of selection, 17  adaptation and training. It was revealed that the candidates who had been selected for the service 18  manager position were of primary group interest, and financial incentive was only in the second 19  place. At the same time, financial incentive contributed to the successful passage of the adaptation 20  period. Occupational interests of employees depended on their education and job specifics; career 21  interests were influenced by the time planned with the company. The recommendations necessary 22  for the employer to create the conditions corresponding to the leading labor interests of the 23  employees were substantiated. single paragraph of about 200 words maximum. For research articles, 24  abstracts should give a pertinent overview of the work. We strongly encourage authors to use the 25  following style of structured abstracts, but without headings: 1) Background: Place the question 26  addressed in a broad context and highlight the purpose of the study; 2) Methods: Describe briefly 27  the main methods or treatments applied; 3) Results: Summarize the article's main findings; and 4) 28  Conclusions: Indicate the main conclusions or interpretations. The abstract should be an objective 29  representation of the article, it must not contain results which are not presented and substantiated in 30  the main text and should not exaggerate the main conclusions.