Human Capital Management Under the Conditions of the Postmodern Society in the Context of Ensuring the Economic Safety of the Enterprise

Authors

  • Zinaida Zhyvko Lviv State University of Internal Affairs
  • Iryna Gorban Lviv State University of Internal Affairs
  • Nadiia Marushko Lviv State University of Internal Affairs
  • Maryna Korzh University of the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine
  • Nataliia Korogod National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18662/po/12.1/259

Keywords:

economic security, human capital, human capital management, national economy, mechanism, postmodern society

Abstract

In today's conditions of postmodern space the most significant resource of the modern economy, which is being formed in the leading countries of economic development, is human capital. The main goal of the article is to study the process of managing the formation of human capital in the functioning postmodern society as the basis of the national economy and ensuring the economic security of the enterprise. The basic components of human capital are determined on the basis of the analysis. It is established that the basic component is knowledge that affects others and in postmodern conditions of development of the national economy and determines the process of development of human capital. At the same time, the process of forming knowledge, in accordance with the principles of the functioning of the knowledge economy, is associated with the availability and possibility of obtaining information.

The object of study is the enterprises of Eastern Europe. The subject of the study is human capital, the economic security system of the enterprise The results of the study allowed us to develop a model for the formation of human capital and to form a mechanism for ensuring the economic security of the enterprise through management of the formation of human capital under the conditions of the postmodern society.

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2021-03-23

How to Cite

Zhyvko, Z., Gorban, I., Marushko, N., Korzh, M., & Korogod, N. (2021). Human Capital Management Under the Conditions of the Postmodern Society in the Context of Ensuring the Economic Safety of the Enterprise. Postmodern Openings, 12(1), 267-283. https://doi.org/10.18662/po/12.1/259

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