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Theoretical and Applied Economics
No. 4 / 2014 (593)

Management priorities to increase labor force flexibility in the Romanian organizations

Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania

Abstract. The increase of flexibility for using the labor force in Romania’s economy represents an economic policy priority at a macro and micro economic level. Romania is characterized by the existence of two labor markets: one in the urban area using the market economy requirements, and another one in the rural area, representing about 30% of the employed population of the country, where the legal provisions of the community acquis are found in a limited extent. The internal flexibility of using the labor force is analyzed through a series of indicators specific to the four fields of an organization: workplace and organization of work; work content and professional training; information and communication on the job level; flexible contractual relations of work. The managerial priorities to increase the labor force flexibility is considering the four fields and may include a variety of activities related to: production management, Multi-qualification of workers, use of information technologies, job rotation, team work, continuous professional training of the employees, updating the job descriptions, expanding the practice of atypical employment contracts – fixed term work contracts, temporary work contracts, contracts for home employment, telework, etc.

Keywords: labor force flexibility, internal flexibility, production management, content of work, information and communication on the job level, atypical work contracts.

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