STREAMLINING HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AT ENTERPRISES OPERATING WITHIN KAZAKHSTANâS PRESENT-DAY AGRO-INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX
Human resource management is a process crucial to both the development of the national economy, as a whole, and agriculture, in particular. It is the caliber of human resources that the efficiency of agricultural production will always depend on, while it is work motivation that will drive the well-being of the rural population and it is the ability to continually achieve boosts in human capital that will help ensure a safe and prosperous future for the people of Kazakhstan. This paper brings up the relevance of resolving the issue of streamlining human resource management at enterprises within Kazakhstan’s present-day agro-industrial complex. The authors identify the major reasons behind the lack of interest on the part of employees at agrarian enterprises in boosting their professionalism levels and the poor use of the nation’s labor potential. The paper looks at some of the potential solutions for boosting the managerial human resource potential of agrarian enterprises and lists a roster of issues in the area of human resource management that need to be resolved by those in charge of these enterprises. The authors separately propose specific measures for resolving the issues of employment and labor resource use in rural areas.
ZHAKSAT KENZHIN, MARAT BAYANDIN, SAULE PRIMBETOVA, AIGUL TLESOVA, IRINA BOGDASHKINA