Presentation on theme: "ISCO88, ISCO08 and ESeC Regional Meeting, 9 December 2005 Presentation of Hungary."— Presentation transcript:
ISCO88, ISCO08 and ESeC Regional Meeting, 9 December 2005 Presentation of Hungary
Main topics of the presentation Characteristics of corporate and general managers Definition treatment and of supervisors Nurses and teachers, distinguishing of major group 2 and 3 Definition of technicians Problem of classification of technical occupations (engineers, technicians) Updating of Hungarian Standard Classification of Occupations Hungarian Socio-economic Classification
Characteristics of Managers Corporate managers: Managers of business and budgetary institutions Size of enterprise: 20 or more employees General managers: General managers of small enterprises and budgetary institutions Size of enterprise: 3-19 employees Managers of small units, shops employing 1 or 2 people are not classified in major group 1!
Corporate managers 13MANAGERS OF BUSINESSES AND BUDGETARY INSTITUTIONS 131General managers of business organisations and budgetary institutions 1311 General managers of business organisations (directors, executive managers) 1312 General managers of budgetary institutions 132-133 Department managers of business organisations and budgetary institutions 1321 Department managers in agriculture and forestry 1322 Department managers in manufacturing. 1334 Department managers in education 1335 Department managers in cultural services 1339 Department managers in production and services n.e.c.
Corporate managers 134 Managers of functional units in business organisations and budgetary institutions 1341 Marketing managers 1342 Accountancy and finance managers 1343 Human resources (personnel) managers 1344 Advertising and other public relations managers 1345 Supply and distribution managers 1346 Technical managers 1347 Computing services managers 1348 Research and development managers 1349 Functional unit managers n.e.c.
Corporate managers 135 Production supervisors of business organisations and budgetary institutions 1351 Supervisors in agriculture and forestry 1352 Supervisors in manufacturing 1353 Supervisors in construction 1354 Supervisors in wholesale and retail trade, restaurants and hotels 1355 Supervisors in transport, forwarding and storage 1356 Supervisors in communications and postal services 1357 Supervisors in water supply and communal services 1358 Supervisors in services 1359 Production supervisors n.e.c.
Characteristics of supervisors Manage the production and the daily activity of workers of a certain field within the enterprise Estimate workloads, amount of inputs for given tasks Assign tasks to workers Coordinate the tasks Control the quality of work Control the security rules
General managers 14GENERAL MANAGERS OF SMALL ENTERPRISES AND BUDGETARY INSTITUTIONS 141-142 General managers of small business undertakings (directors, chairpersons, managing directors, managers) 1411 General managers of small undertakings in agriculture and forestry 1412 General managers of small undertakings in manufacturing 1413 General managers of small undertakings in construction. 1424 General managers of small undertakings in educational services 1425 General managers of small undertakings in cultural services 1429 General managers of small undertakings n.e.c.
Nurses Classifying according to skill level, tasks are the same in major group 2 and 3 Professional nurses in major group 2 Nurses in major group 3 Assistant nurses in major group 5 Possible classifying criterion, according to the character of tasks performed: Nurses „helping physicians” Nurses „working at the bed”
Teachers Classifying according to skill level Teaching professionals in major group 2 Teaching associate professionals in major group 3 Classifying teachers outside the educational system is problematic: Vocational trainers in a company Language teachers not in the educational system
Technicians Working under engineer’s direction Lower skill level Lower independence in work Classification of technical occupations (engineers, technicians) is problematic, because the breaking down of these groups are not by tasks, but by branches (of study)! Possible dimension of classification Planning – manufacturing
Updating of Hungarian Standard Classification of Occupations To enlarge the list of jobs To remove obsolete occupations To add new occupations To change the place of certain occupations in the system To actualize the content description of occupations
Enlarging of list of jobs Sources: Occupational entries captured by the 2001 Census in electronic forms; collecting and classifying job titles Vacancy advertisement Job lists of big employers Proposals of experts, ministries etc.
Experience of 2001 Census Classification method of managers is too complicated Distinction between major group 2 and 3 is problematic Improving and actualizing of descriptions are needed Creation of new occupations are needed in IT occupations Business and finance occupations Occupations in public administration Occupations in media Quality assurance
Hungarian socio-economic classification ESeC-based Position on the labour market economic activity occupation status in employment enterprise size and industry number of workers supervised Four-level, nested classification, with 7, 11, 15 and 35 categories Individual level (current or previous occupation and employment characteristics) Household level Head of the household Household reference person
Version of 11 categories 1. Large employers, higher managerial occupations 2. Higher professionals, experts 3. Lower managerial, professional and higher technical, supervisory occupations 4. Intermediate technical, clerical and skilled sales, service occupations 5. Small employers and self-employed 6. Small employers and self-employed in agriculture 7. Lower supervisors and skilled industrial occupations 8. Semi-routine occupations 9. Basic occupations 10. Population exposed to labour market exclusion 11. Inactive population never worked