MANAGEMENT OF TEACHING STAFF AT LOCAL UNIVERSITY BY JOB POSITION
Managing lecturers at local universities is an ongoing process to help them become more and more complete in all aspects, meeting the quality of education and training requirements in the conditions of industrialization - modernization, and international integration. The article analyzes and clarifies the importance and content of the management of lecturers in local universities according to job positions, thereby proposing measures to manage lecturers, contributing to improving the training quality of local universities in the current context.
Keywords: Teaching Staff, Job Placement, Local University.
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