The Model of Organizational Development and People Management Based on the Concept and Principles of the "Investors in People" Standard
Almirа S. Azhimuratova, Ayzhamal K. Tulekbayeva, Darkhan S. Sabyrhanov, Arman A. Shakkaliev, Elena V. Meshcheryakova
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The aim of the study is to standardize the basic concepts and approaches to the human resources management system of the enterprise with the requirements of the Investors in People standard. This approach is based on research on various aspects disclosure of human resources management problems and approaches to its solution with the factors identification affecting labor productivity and their ranking according to the classification criteria in Kazakhstan. In the study of the basic concepts and approaches to the human resources management system of enterprises, the authors used the principle of the studied system integrity and the relationship of its structures. During the research, we used methods of logical and comparative analysis, scientific classification. Points contributing to the management improvement are identified, such as: the formation of an investment system in people through standardization of human resources management, the national standards’ development that will be used as the basis for the development of the organization performance improvement system. Application field – the scope of enterprises and organizations in the Kazakhstan Republic of all ownership types, technical committees, universities, bodies on personnel conformity assessment. The presence of national standards will allow enterprises to integrate their management systems based on these standards in order to ensure maximum economic and social efficiency of investment in human assets.

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Article Type: Research Article

INT ELECT J MATH ED, 2016, Volume 11, Issue 7, 2087-2098

Publication date: 01 Sep 2016

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