SHS Web Conf.
Volume 111, 2021The 3rd Eastern European Conference of Management and Economics (EECME 2021) – Sustainable Development in Modern Knowledge Society
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|Published online||14 June 2021|
HR-manager: Prospects for Employment in the Labor Markets
Kyiv National University of Trade & Economics, Department of Management, 19 Kyoto str., 02156 Kyiv, Ukraine
2 Key West University, 10151 Deerwood Park Boulevard, Bldg 200, Suite 250 Jacksonville, FL 32256, USA
3 Kyiv National University of Trade & Economics, Department of Hotel and Restaurant Business, 19 Kyoto str., 02156 Kyiv, Ukraine
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Topical issues of changing the requirements for HR managers in the labor market under the Covid crisis and digital transformation of business have been highlighted. Attention is drawn to the main responsibilities of a modern HR manager. The problems of communication interaction in the work of HR managers through the transition of employees to online or mixed mode of operation have been identified. An analysis of the supply and demand of HR managers in the labor market of different countries has been conducted. The requirements and benefits for HR manager by the sample of countries have been compared. Particular attention is paid to the work of HR-managers with expats. Distinctive characteristics of an expat in the position of HR manager have been demonstrated. In 2020-2021, the survey of HR managers has been conducted and the skills of the HR manager, which will enable him to be strategically in demand in the labor market and to contribute to the progressive development of both national and international companies have been identified. The objective of the paper is to identify transformations in the work of modern HR-managers and analysis of supply and demand for HR.
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