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Dr hab. inż. Olimpia Kunert
ORCID: 0000-0001-9036-8746
The Director of the Institute of Logistics and Transport Organization of the Military University of Aviation in Deblin (Poland). Founder of the Competence Promotion Foundation. Specialized in strategic management, with particular emphasis upon innovative reorientation and restructuring of industry. She has gathered extensive practical experience in the areas of management of processes of technology transfer, implementation of innovations, improvement of business competitiveness and human
DOI: 10.33226/1231-2037.2020.3.1
JEL: M11

Currently, the processing and transmission of the vast amount of information accompanying material
flows are performed using modern computer and telecommunications technologies. However, the
achieved results differ depending on the company's preparation to receive a specific information
technology (IT).
One of the main problems, that need to be solved before starting the implementation of an
integrated management system, is to set up all the rules for indexing and labeling information
contained in databases. This issue is of key importance because it unifies records in databases
making them unique based on their features and/or parameters, furthermore it enables qualification
and selection of information according to specific criteria. Moreover, it facilitates data accumulation
process.
The research conducted on the content of databases showed items inactive for over 5 years, in an
amount of 28% to 45%, in the majority of the surveyed enterprises. This situation requires database
cleaning and only active index files can be used for generating a new database.
The database cleaning process should aim to organize information in current materials management
databases for present data processing needs, furthermore it should also prepare existing resources
for transfer to the new IT system

Keywords: information system; integrated management system; information technology (IT)
DOI: 10.33226/1231-2037.2020.1.4
JEL: H420

The dynamic development of a modern knowledge-based economy results with the necessity of shaping wages according to the difficulties of the performed work. Human work evaluation is a very complex and delicate problem. Determining the extent to which activities performed at individual workplaces differ, what is the value of required education and work experience, which qualifications should be included in wages, and to what extent the responsibility of work should be reflected by the remuneration, how to assess mental or physical effort or working conditions requires a strong methodological support. The "Quatro" method enables to allocate funds for remuneration according to the determined level of work difficulty. The research carried out of 920 workplaces in the domain of airport services logistics, where a full cross-section of positions requiring both general and specific qualifications can be observed, showed that the level of specific qualifications is significantly higher than the level of general qualifications, and criteria for assessing the difficulty of working in the environment must be expanded due to the presence of many potential risk factors. As a result, jobs requiring specific qualifications should be paid three Times higher than for jobs requiring general qualifications.

Keywords: aviation logistics; work difficulty; remuneration

The Director of the Institute of Logistics and Transport Organization of the Military University of Aviation in Deblin (Poland). Founder of the Competence Promotion Foundation. Specialized in strategic management, with particular emphasis upon innovative reorientation and restructuring of industry. She has gathered extensive practical experience in the areas of management of processes of technology transfer, implementation of innovations, improvement of business competitiveness and human resources management.