Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to substantiate the perspectives and to develop recommendations for the optimization of labor in the interests of employees and employers from the positions of efficiency and quality for the scientific support for implementing SDG 8. To determine the sustainability of human resources management in the interests of employees and employers from the positions of efficiency and quality, a proprietary methodology has been developed. It is based on the hierarchy process, which allows taking into account the significance of each factor. It has been determined that human resources management in countries of BRICS is relatively sustainable (53.19 points). In countries of G7, human resources management is sustainable (65.55 points). The recommendations for systemic optimization of labor in the interests of employees and employers from the positions of efficiency and quality in the period until 2030 are offered. The implementation of the authors' recommendations allows for the growth of quality by 85.72% and the growth of labor efficiency by 152.76%. As a result, the level of satisfaction of employees' interests grows by 8.99%, and the level of satisfaction of employers' interests grows by 50.16%. The novelty of this research consists in the determination and substantiation of universal milestones that allow balancing the interests of employees and employers - these include labor quality and efficiency. A comprehensive vision of the sustainable management of human resources, which stimulates - for the first time - the simultaneous increase of quality and labor efficiency, is offered.
Keywords: Optimization of labor; Employee; Employers; Efficiency; Quality
Recieved: 30.07.2021 Accepted: 18.02.2022 UDC: 005.6