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人才流失:探讨在台越南学生不归国之考量因素

【中文摘要】:摘要

这项研究将是一个所有的“人才流失”的概念,以往的研究以及可能进水的越南学生的决策对未来的上岗位置的进度现实和心理因素的审查。这项研究也将评估的準确统计结果指出移民问题的最亲密的原因。因此,有效的政策变化和国内企业的条件进行建议。具体而言,本文将分析网上在线招聘程序为越南的人力资本需求的关键策略的应用;特别是在能力建设,发展,重建和长期发展。通过了解问题的关键点,我相信越南的劳动力市场可以从“人才外流”转向“人才回流”在不久的将来。
本研究的主要形式将通过对“人才外流”世界以前学者的研究範围,政府的报告,近年来等统计资源进行访问。除了过海越实数,学生在台湾和统计方法将被用在本文中,以便帮助读者有清晰的事业有关越南“人才外流”的挑战的原因。该研究issuses通过个人因素和工作有关的因素可能有助于组织在吸引人才去了。
这项研究的结果,有价值的,因为它说了很多心理因素和工作环境的影响,对职业选择的越南学生在台湾,将是招聘部分公司的任何实际应用。
【英文摘要】:Abstract
This study will be a review about all of “brain drain” concepts, previous researches as well as realistic and psychological factors that may influent on the progress of Vietnamese students’ decision making about future carrer location. This study will also assess the exact statistic result to point out the closest reasons of immigrating issue. Consequently, effective changes in policies and conditions for domestic companies will be suggested. In detail, this paper will analyze the applications for online-recuitment procedure as key strategy for the needs of human capital of Vietnam; especially in its capacity building, development, reconstruction and long term growth. By understanding the key point of the issue, I believe Vietnam labor market can turn from “brain drain” to “brain gain” in the near future.
The main form of this research will be accessed through previous scholar studies about “brain drain” world wide, government’s reports in recent years and other statistic resources. Besides real number of over sea Vietnamese, students in Taiwan and statistical methods will be used in this paper tohelp reader have the clearest about the reasons cause “brain drain” challenge in Vietnam. The study issuses went through individual factor and job related factors which may help organization in attracting talents.
The results of this research, as valuable as it pointed out many psychological factors and working condition which influenced on career choice of Vietnamese student in Taiwan,will be a practical application for any company in recruiting section.
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