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Volume 5
Issue 2
Online publication date 2010-06-08
Title Satisfaction of the employed in food businesses and success of food safety management system implementation
Author Radoslav Grujic, Slavica Grujic, Pejo Durasinovic, Pero Pavlovic
Abstract Efficiency of food safety management system application, such as HACCP system, depends on personnel employed in a company (salary, social status, job stability, superiors’ relation toward workers and relationship among workers themselves, knowledge background, etc). Results presented in this paper are the results of surveys conducted in food businesses in Bosnia and Herzegovina. A special part of the research is related to employees’ social status and employees’ opinion of their status in a company.
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Keywords HACCP, employees’ social status, efficiency of HACCP system application.
Pages 33-36
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