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Students of the Faculty of Law and Faculty of SPP held a roundtable meeting on issues of corporate culture

28.11.2013 10:47 All Faculties Law Юридичний факультет засідання круглого столу

November 26 Scientific Community of Students and Postgraduates of the Faculty of Law of Zaporizhzhya National University in conjunction with the center of Zaporizhzhya branch of Students League Lawyers Association of Ukraine held a roundtable discussion, on which considered the issue of corporate culture.

The event visited activists of Scientific Community of Students and Postgraduates of the Faculty of Social Pedagogics and Psychology of ZNU and activists of Scientific Community of Students and Postgraduates of the Faculty of Law and Zaporizhzhya branch of Students League Lawyers Association of Ukraine.
During the roundtable meeting participants proposed their vision of the concept of corporate culture. With the presentation of components of corporate culture acted student of the Faculty of SPP Yelyzaveta Nekrasova. She told how should be expressed a common idea vision of collective and how it should be formed.
Head of Scientific Community of Students and Postgraduates of the Faculty of SPP Oksana Pyatnyk told the audience about the measures due to which increases the efficiency of corporate culture within the workforce. In particular, they stressed the need to pursue both adaptive training for beginners in team, and regular informal meetings with staff management.
Student of the Faculty of Law Vladyslav Bilokur made a presentation on the specifics of the corporate culture in the legal practice. Speaker pointed out those defining features that are inherent to most of the legal companies staff.
At the end of the event the participants were asked to give their opinion about what kind of role should play the head of the team, and how to most effectively promote collective unity.

Ivan Shumeyko,
Faculty of Law

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