UITP Commission on Human Resources
Commission des ressources humaines
Comisión de Recursos Humanos
Ausschuss für Humanressourcen
1995, as an international commission of International Association of Public Transport (UITP). Previously referred to as International Commission on Human Resources. Ceased to exist 2009, on merger with UITP Commission on Corporate Management to form UITP Commission on Business and Human Resources Management .
Deal with issues related to management of human resources and their working conditions in a public transport company; increase awareness of the role of staff in improving quality of service and company revenues, using a global managerial approach to human resources issues instead of a technical and operational approach.Available with paid subscription only.
Issues: 'Strategic' - increase awareness of public transport employees on economic issues (cost reduction and profit increase); introduce a customer-oriented behaviour among staff; improve relations and communication between managers and operational staff. 'Technical' - stress of drivers and other employees in contact with passengers; professional illnesses and absenteeism; training; safety; staff motivation.
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Members in 17 countries
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- Social Activity
- Human Resources
- Employment Conditions
- Transportation, Telecommunications
UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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