Modernization of public relations system in labour sphere on principles of social responsibility

Anna D. Pankova


The article defines theoretical, methodological, organizational, and managerial aspects of labour sphere. The importance of the value of labour and employee at the modernization of public relations and the essence of value rationality and goal rationality, and the place of decent work in these processes are substantiated. Decent work is the basis of goal rationality, and not the value of rationality. Goal rationality action arises when target, means and results are calculated and weighed rationally. It is substantiated that decent work is the means to create work as a value and enhance the value of labour rights. The advantages of the system of social relations in implementing values of rationality at work are systematized. The priorities for the modernization of public administration at work are substantiated.


decent work; labour sphere; social responsibility; employee; employer; government

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