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Title: Recruitment and development practice : a case study of public orchestras in Malta and Czech Republic
Authors: Abdilla, Claudia (2012)
Keywords: Malta Philharmonic Orchestra
Státní filharmonie Brno
Orchestra -- Malta
Orchestra -- Czech Republic
Personnel management -- Malta
Personnel management -- Czech Republic
Employees -- Recruiting -- Malta
Employees -- Recruiting -- Czech Republic
Career development -- Malta
Career development -- Czech Republic
Issue Date: 2012
Citation: Abdilla, C. (2012). Recruitment and development practice: a case study of public orchestras in Malta and Czech Republic (Diploma long essay).
Abstract: Human Resources is made up of various different tasks and processes. Two of these procedures are recruitment and professional development, which incorporates best practices, which needs to be observed in order for a company to be successful in recruitment and professional development. Both aspects of Human Resources are divided into four phases, all of which represents a whole process to be carried out. All this is then applied to two Public Orchestras and how theses orchestras adhere to or break these best practices. The Orchestras in this case study are the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra and the Brno Philharmonic Orchestra which is situated in Brno in Czech Republic. Interviews were a very helpful tool along with a focus group of a representative sample of the Maltese Philharmonic Orchestra. The findings in relation to both orchestras are then compared and contrasted with some recommendations to both.
Description: DIP.PUBLIC ADMIN.
Appears in Collections:Dissertations - FacEma - 2012
Dissertations - FacEMAPP - 2012

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