Diverse Human Resources – Motivation and State of Knowledge about Demographic Trends in Organizations of the Visegrad Group V4 Countries
Purpose: The aim of this article is to determine the state of knowledge about the future of the labor market and demographic changes that are taking place in the countries of the Visegrad Group V4 in the perspective of the next 5 years – among the organizations of this group and level of motivation of diverse human resources. Design/Methodology/Approach: In order to verify the thesis and answer the research questions, the method of literature analysis and criticism, the method of diagnostic survey and statistical methods were used. The study was based on a survey questionnaire, based on the opinions of 401 representatives of organizations of the Visegrad Group V4 countries. Findings: It turned out that the state of knowledge about the future of the labor market and demographic changes that are taking place in the Visegrad Group V4 countries in the next 5 years is at a low level. Research has revealed that employee motivation levels vary by gender, age and health, and that diverse resources can help improve business outcomes. Practical Implications: The practical business implications are primarily concerned with the use of research findings in the selection process for Generation Z organizations. Originality/value: It turned out that education and place of residence significantly differentiate the changes that are taking place in the countries of the Visegrad Group V4 and motivation different group.