- Festering is a waste of time. // People Management;9/16/2010, p18
This article comments on the disadvantages of the practice of festering in personnel management.
- Deal with Employee Complaints Thoughtfully. Adubato, Steve // njbiz;2/27/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p11
Presents an interview with Steve Adubato, an author and anchor for Channel 13/WNET and a motivational speaker, on dealing with employee complaints. Opinion on encouraging employees to raise their complaints to managers; Advice on how to communicate complaints; Difficulties facing a manager on...
- ARE FRANCHISES BAD EMPLOYERS? Cappelli, Peter; Hamori, Monika // Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jan2008, Vol. 61 Issue 2, p147
Franchise jobs are often viewed as epitomizing a "low-road" employee-management approach characterized by high turnover and several practices that are deemed unsophisticated, such as low investment in training, deskilling of work, and little encouragement of employee involvement. Research on...
- ANTECEDENTS AND OUTCOMES OF ORGANIZATIONAL TRUST IN THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF FRONTLINE EMPLOYEES IN 3, 4 AND 5 STARS HOTELS OF IRA. Arasli, Huseyin; Naderiadib, Nazanin // International Journal of Management Perspectives;2010, Vol. 2 Issue 1/2, p1
The article focuses on an empirical study in the hospitality industry in Iran, exploring the perceived trust of employees of their supervisor and organization as well as their outcomes in the organization. It examines the relationships between organizational justice, nepotism, trust, and...
- Best Practices. // Supply House Times;Aug2004, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p146
Shares best practices for successfully managing employees. Recommendation for employers to establish and communicate the company's standard for ethical behavior; Importance of maintaining the proper privacy standards between an employee's personal life an his or her source of employment.
- RECRUITMENT IN AN AUSTRALIAN LABOR MARKET. Carr, Cecil E.; Dufty, Norman F. // Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jul57, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p579
The comparative method can be a powerful instrument in understanding the complex relationship of institutions and human behavior. This article describes an attempt to apply this method to the study of labor markets. The authors compare the sources and areas of recruitment for different...
- Modern HRM: does it have a human face? James, Philip; Dibben, Pauline; Cunningham, Ian // Society in Transition;2002, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p213
Considerable debate has taken place concerning the nature of the human resource strategies and policies that have been introduced by employers over the last two decades and the implications that they have for employer-worker relations. This article seeks to contribute to this debate through the...
- EMPLOYEE INVOLVEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP: IMPLICATIONS FOR LABOR LAW REFORM AND "LEAN PRODUCTION" Cappelli, Peter; Rogovsky, Nikolai // Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jul98, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p633
Using data from surveys of employees and their supervisors in eight companies in 1992, the authors examine how each of two forms of employee involvement affected an important dimension of individual performance, organizational citizenship behavior (OCB), defined as individual discretionary...
- Green With Envy? McCall, Kimberly L. // Entrepreneur;Sep2004, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p72
Advises companies planning to hire executives from outside the company. Reaction of the workforce to outside managers; Increasing the involvement of the entire workforce in the selection process; Treatment accorded to new managerial hire.