Factors affecting the methods of employees management in agrobusiness companies in the region Vysočina
P. Tomšík, B. Minařík, K. Somerlíkováhttps://doi.org/10.17221/2705-AGRICECONCitation:Tomšík P., Minařík B., Somerlíková K. (2008): Factors affecting the methods of employees management in agrobusiness companies in the region Vysočina. Agric. Econ. – Czech, 54: 293-300.
Based on a questionnaire survey carried out among managers of medium size companies (over 50 employees) of agricultural business in the region Vysočina, it was found that the prevalently production and processing companies (86.3%) reside mostly in small and medium size towns and villages (82.4%). According to the opinion of respondents, the companies employ a too big number (9.8%) of employees while 88.2% respondents consider the situation as adequate to the requirements and possibilities. The respondents estimate (35.2%) that the level of present wages is disproportionately low. At the same time, they anticipate the growth of requirements for qualification (66.7%) with respect to the permanent technological development. However, they do not expect (82.4%) a corresponding marked increase of wages. The evaluation of working conditions has to be an indivisible part of the proper management of human resources in the companies of the region. These conditions are evaluated as satisfactory (88.2%) but in the horizon of 5 years, requirements for their improvement are expected by 78.4% managers of the monitored companies.Keywords:questionnaire survey, Vysočina region, agrobusiness, companies, employees, qualification, remuneration