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Л. В. Козин

DOI: 10.32702/2307-2105-2019.7.42

УДК: 331.101.3:331.108.2

Л. В. Козин



Сучасним трендом світового ринку праці стає зростання конкуренції працедавців за залучення та утримання грамотних, компетентних, ініціативних працівників. В таких умовах формування бренду роботодавця (HR-бренду) може розглядатися як основа довгострокової стратегії управління людськими ресурсами. Метою даної статті є визначення особливостей формування HR-бренду на основі принципів корпоративної соціальної відповідальності. Не дивлячись на те, що ще кілька десятиліть тому поняття соціальної відповідальності бізнесу перед суспільством обмежувалося корпоративною філантропією, сьогодні КСВ стає невід’ємною складовою будь-якої компанії, що бачить своє майбутнє у довгостроковій перспективі - і це стосується не лише маркетингу її товарів і послуг, але й управління людськими ресурсами. У статті запропоновано ряд кроків, які дозволяють полегшити інтегрування принципів КСВ до стратегії формування конкурентоспроможного HR-бренду.

Ключові слова: людські ресурси; управління людськими ресурсами; брендинг працедавців; корпоративна соціальна відповідальність; конкурентна перевага.


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L. Kozyn



The current trend of the world labor market is the growing competition of employers for attracting and retaining competent, competent, proactive workers. In such circumstances, the formation of an employer's brand can be considered as the basis of a long-term strategy for human resources management. The purpose of this article is to study the ways of implementing the CSR principles during the formation of a successful HR-brand, which, in turn, is one of the basic resources for the development of sustainable competitive advantages of organizations. Methods used in the study process relate to general scientific. In particular, comparisons, logical and scientific analysis, grouping and generalization were used. Results and conclusions. Despite the fact that a few decades ago, the concept of social responsibility was limited to corporate philanthropy, now it is an integral part of any corporative policy that sees its future in the long term perspective - and this applies not only to the marketing but also to human resources management. Corporate social responsibility is defined as a way of doing business, which is characterized by the ethics and transparency of the company's relations with all stakeholders. Since employees are fairly defined as a key stakeholder group of any organization, the company's social responsibility programs must first and foremost take their interests into account and make them a basis for making managerial decisions. At the same time, under the condition of developing effective and effective CSR programs, employees will feel their own significance, the ability to at least partially assume responsibility for the quality of future generations’ life. This, according to the author's deep conviction, will increase the attractiveness of the employer's brand both inside and outside the company. On the other hand, as the human resources management system has a direct impact on the functioning of all key systems and business processes of the company, it has the potential to become the driving force behind the practical implementation of socially responsible standards of operation. The article suggests a few steps to facilitate the integration of CSR into strategy of competitive HR-brand cultivating.

Keywords: Human Resources; Human Resource Management; HR-Branding; Corporate Social Responsibility; Competitive Advantage.


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Дата публікації: 2019-07-30

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Л. В. Козин

к. е. н. доцент кафедри міжнародної економіки, маркетингу і менеджменту,Івано-Франківський навчально-науковий інститут менеджменту Тернопільського національного економічного університету

L. Kozyn

PhD in Economics, Associate Professor, Department of International Economics, Marketing and Management,Ivano-Frankivsk Education and Research Institute of Management TNEU



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Козин Л. В. Формування hr-бренду на засадах принципів корпоративної соціальної відповідальності. Ефективна економіка. 2019. № 7. – URL: http://www.economy.nayka.com.ua/?op=1&z=7195 (дата звернення: 29.02.2024). DOI: 10.32702/2307-2105-2019.7.42

Kozyn, L. (2019), “Formation of hr-brand on the principles of corporate social responsibility”, Efektyvna ekonomika, [Online], vol. 7, available at: http://www.economy.nayka.com.ua/?op=1&z=7195 (Accessed 29 Feb 2024). DOI: 10.32702/2307-2105-2019.7.42

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