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Choice of articles of current issue

SYSTEM OF DAY SURGERY IN SLOVAKIA: ANALYSIS OF PEDIATRIC DAY SURGERY DISCREPANCIES IN THE REGIONS AND THEIR IMPORTANCE IN STRATEGY OF ITS DEVELOPMENT

Beata Gavurova, Marek Soltes

In the beginning of the 20th century, the view on the organization of postoperative care was based on several obsolete assumptions concerning the surgical wound healing, the need for postoperative diet restrictions, as well as the limited mobilization of the patients. Nowadays, surgical care is rapidly shifting from in-hospital patient care towards outpatient concept.
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A GREY MULTI-OBJECTIVE LINEAR MODEL TO FIND CRITICAL PATH OF A PROJECT BY USING TIME, COST, QUALITY AND RISK PARAMETERS

Hannan Amoozad Mahdiraji, Seyed Hossein Razavi Hajiagha, Shide Sadat Hashemi, Edmundas Kazimieras Zavadskas

In today’s highly competitive business environment, project management’s ability to schedule activities and monitor progress within strict cost, time and performance guidelines is becoming increasingly significant to attain competitive priorities such as on time delivery and customization (Chen, 2007).
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EVALUATION OF MEASURES TO REDUCE EMPLOYEE TURNOVER IN SLOVENIAN ORGANISATIONS

Jernej Buzeti, Maja Klun, Janez Stare

Employee turnover is studied by various scientific disciplines (psychology, sociology, organisational science and economics). The economic aspect of employee turnover primarily has to do with examining factors that affect employee absence and change of employment. According to its economic definition, employee turnover is an adjustment in the supply of an individual’s labour capacity with regard to satisfaction with working conditions in the broadest sense of the term (Yaniv, 1995).
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NET PROMOTER SCORE INTEGRATION INTO THE ENTERPRISE PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT AND MANAGEMENT SYSTEM – A WAY TO PERFORMANCE METHODS DEVELOPMENT

Olga Faltejsková, Lilia Dvořáková, Barbora Hotovcová

Enterprise performance in the conditions of the 21st century can be defined as the market success, the ability to succeed in the competition and to find the possibility for further growth of enterprise value in the constantly changing unstable economic environment. Drucker (1995) as the first one indicates the necessity to change the managerial control in the global conditions.
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TRANSFORMATION OF RETAILING IN POST-COMMUNIST SLOVAKIA IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBALIZATION

František Križan, Kristína Bilková, Pavol Kita, Tomáš Siviček

Globalization can influence economies in the transformation in a variety of ways (Blanchard, 1997; Charap & Dyba, 1991; Jarmołowicz & Piatek, 2013; Kita, 2008; Rumpel et al., 2013; Svejnar, 2002; Urbšienė, 2013) and in addition to this, the geographical point of view in this topic is relevant (Coe, 2004; Wrigley 2000). Some of the authors claim, that geography plays a key role in the success of a business (Roig-Tierno et al., 2013).
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