THE REGULATION OF WORKING TIME ORGANIZATION IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR
AbstractWork is a significantly important part of our life. However, people always try to facilitate it. It is not because of laziness but rather because of eager to satisfy their needs in the fastest and the best way possible. A man cannot perform all the work himself, without the help of others. In the times of industrial growth, the work is carried out by joint effort of several or even more people. From the perspective of management, organisation is the design and development of homogenous systems from people, equipment and material, as well as the implementation of such systems by applying other management functions. The organisation of heads and employees working time begins with the determination of goals. Company’s goals determine its further activity. Emotional tension is one of the main factors that make the process of work organisation difficult. However, the ability to manage this tension is considered to be significantly important personal features of a good employee.
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