FIXED-TERM EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT AS A MANAGEMENT TOOL FOR THE INNOVATION ACTIVITIES OF ENTERPRISES (BELARUSIAN EXPERIENCE)

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Keywords
contract of employment, labour relations, innovation, innovation activity, labour market.

Abstract
The article presents the results of scientific research on the role of labour factors, fixed-term employment contract, in particular, in the innovation activity of organizations of Belarus. The influence of the fixed-term employment contracts on the innovative activity of enterprises has been identified. It has been proven that the smaller scale of the organization, the more often they use a fixed-term employment contract. It is proved that if organizations have a fixed-term employment contract, they are more innovative and innovative organizations are active.

JEL: J21, I121, I122
Pages: 12

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