Organizational Behaviour and Hr Management: the Case of Aeroflot

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Saint Petersburg State University Graduate School of Management Group project for the Organizational Behavior course “Aeroflot” MiM, cohort II, group 5 Group members: Cherenko Polina Pitubaeva Tatiana Samadov Imruz Tarasenko Vladimir Supervisor: Assoc. Prof. Latukha Marina 2015 Table of Contents 1. Aeroflot’s Background 3 2. Country-specific context 7 3. Peculiarities of OB and HRM in country of a company’s origin 11 3.1. Main Characteristics 11 3.2.Trends 15 3.3.Perspectives 16 4. HRM strategy and practices and OB areas 17 4.1. HR Policies 17 4.2. Employee training 18 4.3. Department for Aviation Personnel Training 18 4.4. Aeroflot Aviation School 19 4.5. Social Programs For Company’s…show more content…
In the end of 1937 the total amount of kilometers that Aeroflot covered up consisted of 98 thousands. During the World War II, all of Aeroflot assets (planes, airport facilities, etc.) became mobilized and served only on military purposes. For example, in Stalingrad fleet delivered tremendous amount of troops, supported supplies. It is also known that during the siege of Leningrad the air connection played significant role in the rescue of children and women, taking all risks to be brought down by the Nazi Army. Finally, in the end of the war Aeroflot had more than one million and half operations and almost the same amount of carried troops. Right after the war, the company directed to damaged facilities recovering and new airports building. In the late 1950s and the beginning of 1960s amount of activities increased by 3.8 times. It resulted from the expansion of both international and domestic routes. During that period, Aeroflot connected Moscow with many cities such as Vienna, Berlin, Budapest, Warsaw, Beijing, Copenhagen, Stockholm, London, Tbilisi, Prague, Helsinki, Pyongyang. In 1956 the Tupolev concern exposed new fast planes Tu-104 and the company started to operate flights using them. This type of planes brought up revolutionary changes not only on the board, but also on the ground. Before there was no on-board service, however Tu-104 gave the chance for customers to choose between first

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