Human Capital Management In The System Of Public Administration In The Context of COVID-19 Pandemic
Keywords:human capital, public administration, postmodern society, pandemic conditions, human resources
The article reveals the issues of interdependence of the development of human capital in public administration on the level of its provision by the state in the context of COVID-19. In a democratic, civil, postmodern society, one of the main tasks is the development of systems for managing the efficiency of human capital in the context of public administration, as a means of obtaining higher levels of labor productivity. Today we have to state that the achievement of this efficiency in the use of human resources can be better achieved by orienting the performance management system to promote the attraction of new human potential in public administration at all levels. In this context, a new approach to the human capital management process is being actualized, which includes employee engagement and key factors of employee engagement at every stage. We are talking about a management model that includes the main ideas and offers a new perspective on how to develop and manage the involvement of human resources to achieve high levels of labor productivity in public administration in the context of COVID-19. The purpose of the article is to study the essence, characteristics and role of human capital in the context of public administration in the context of the existence of the epidemic danger of COVID-19
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