Improvement of Youth Personnel Policy: Social Inspection
 
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Russian State Social University, Moscow, RUSSIA
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University of Selye János, Komárno, SLOVAK REPUBLIC
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Mikhail V. Vinichenko   

Department of Personnel Management and Personnel Policy, Russian State Social University, Moscow, Russia
Online publish date: 2017-10-01
Publish date: 2017-10-01
 
Eurasian J Anal Chem 2017;12(Interdisciplinary Perspective on Sciences 7b):1069–1077
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The article examines the nature of the impact of social control on the effectiveness of the youth personnel policy through studying the nature of awareness of employees about the changes in the organization and satisfaction with the system of involving young people in social control under the corporate governance, and the development and the implementation of effective youth policy. The study was conducted using a set of sociological methods: questionnaire survey, using the Google Forms online service and the SPSS Statistics software package 23 with the aim of constructing a regression model; analysis of documents; expert survey. Based on the results of the conducted empirical research, it was turned out that social control has a complex and direct effect on the effectiveness of the youth personnel policy. Effective implementation of the youth personnel policy in the system of managing organizations in the context of social control is possible only in case of their full awareness of all the elements of the youth personnel policy. The main conditions of the implementation of the youth personnel policy are: an effective system of informing the personnel about the changes occurring in the organization; involvement of young people in active participation in social control under the corporate governance, and the development and implementation of effective youth policy. The results of the regression analysis made it possible to determine how much the change of the satisfaction of young specialists involved into the system of attracting young people to active participation in the vital activity of the state affects the level of their satisfaction with the system of attracting young people to active participation in social control and the life of the organization. With the aid of the regression model, it can be proposed a variant of forecasting growth or reducing the level of citizens’ satisfaction with the system of attracting young people to active participation in social control and the life of the organization under the system changes of attracting young people to active participation in the vital activity of the state.
 
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