The Sustainable Tool for Human Resources Quality in Educational Practices

Fahriye Altinay, Meryem Bastas, Zehra Altinay, Gokmen Dagli, Nesrin Menemenci

Abstract


One of the most important problems of our age is that human resources are not used effectively and efficiently due to the variety of languages. In this context, it is important to establish the human resources profile of the education sector which has the highest human resources in the public sector and to investigate whether this resource is used efficiently and effectively. In terms of the quality of education, it is important to evaluate the correct employment, motivation studies, and performance of school employees. The aim of this research is to meet the expectations and needs of the education system by suggesting the importance, functioning and applications of human resources in educational applications and by proposing a human resources employment 6 strategy models. The research was conducted using an interview technique and document analysis, one of the qualitative research methods. A purposeful sampling approach, one of the non-random sampling methods, was used in determining the study group. As a result of the research, the participants stated that this plan was made for the needs as a majority for workforce planning. Almost all of the participants expressed the view that conflict and resolution strategies should be developed. In line with the findings of the research, a model proposal covering the needs of employment strategies in education, employment process and employment applications are presented.


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Conflict; education; human resource; management; sustainability; quality

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