Improving the Competitiveness of Individual Workforce in the Formation of a Region’s Labor Potential
Lyubov Semenovna Morozova1, Vladimir Yuryevich Morozov2, Natalia Vladimirovna Havanova3, Elena Vladimirovna Litvinova4, Marat Venerovich Arifullin5, Irina Andreevna Rozhdestvenskaya6
1Lyubov Semenovna Morozova, Russian State University of Tourism and Service, Moscow, Russian Federation.
2Vladimir Yuryevich Morozov, Russian State University of Tourism and Service, Moscow, Russian Federation.
3Natalia Vladimirovna Havanova, Russian State University of Tourism and Service, Moscow, Russian Federation.
4Elena Vladimirovna Litvinova, Russian State University of Tourism and Service, Moscow, Russian Federation.
5Marat Venerovich Arifullin, Russian State University of Tourism and Service, Moscow, Russian Federation.
6Irina Andreevna Rozhdestvenskaya, Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation.
Manuscript received on 10 March 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 16 March 2019 | Manuscript published on 30 July 2019 | PP: 3996-4000 | Volume-8 Issue-2, July 2019 | Retrieval Number: B3026078219/19©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijrte.B3026.078219
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Abstract: The issue of balanced development of the labor market by expanding the services sector in the regional economy raises the question of using the social reserves of this process. This problem has been a subject of discussion for a long period and is not related only to the transition to market relations. It is in this competitive struggle that own internal social reserves, previously not consciously realized by individuals, can be most fully revealed and realized. The main issue is to identify the socio-economic basis for the formation of a competitive employee. This factor, as well as the processes of disindustrialization, are accompanied by a number of structural changes, including in the field of employment. The increase in labor productivity, the transition to more and more specialized technologies cause a significant release of labor from the mineral wealth and industrial sectors of the economy and their overflow into the services sector.In modern Russian conditions, this is all more relevant because the restructuring of the national and regional economy and post-crisis phenomena have caused significant changes in employment, while not in a positive way.
Index Terms: Competitiveness, Economy, Labor Market, Labor Resources, Regions.
Scope of the Article: Social Sciences