Presenting a Professional Career Path Planning Model for Vital and Key Human Resources (Case Study: Saipa Automobile Group Companies)
AbstractPurpose: The importance of career planning in organizations has increased and has been noticed in various fields. The purpose of this research was to provide a model for planning the professional career path of vital and key human resources. Research Methodology: The method of this research was quantitative-qualitative with a survey method and practical orientation. The statistical population of the research consists of managers and employees of Saipa Automotive Group companies. The data collected through the questionnaire was analyzed using descriptive statistics in the demographic characteristics of inferential statistics (one-sample t-test, paired t-test, confirmatory factor analysis and structural equation model) in SPSS and Lisrel software. The current situation of the studied society was investigated using a one-sample t-test and the importance of each of the indicators of the total dimensions of the five herds was investigated. Findings: The results showed that people's needs, job rotation, job characteristics, job promotion, and organizational needs, respectively, are of great importance in the current situation. Also, the results of the second-order factor analysis indicated that the dimensions of career path planning according to the respondents in terms of importance are 1- job rotation with workload (0.94), 2- people's needs (0.91), 3- job characteristics ( 0.90), 4- career promotion (0.89) and 5- organizational needs (0.85). Conclusion: It can be concluded that the job rotation and the needs of the organization's employees are very important in the way of professional career planning, which can be given special attention.
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