Holding on to good employees
- Employee values workplace relationships. Frazee, Valerie // Personnel Journal;Jun96, Vol. 75 Issue 6, p25
Focuses on the results of a survey on how much of an impact workers believe successful relationships in the workplace have on their performance. Impact of stress on job performance; Work teams.
- Dealing with Subordinate's Personal Problems. Feinberg, Mortimer R.; Tarrant, John J. // Management Review;Jun70, Vol. 59 Issue 6, p52
Provides guidelines in dealing with the personal problems of subordinates. Consideration of face-to-face interview; Recommendations in seeking for a professional guidance; Provision of options and assistance for a worker to cope up.
- Editorial. Kotthoff, Hermann; Minssen, Heiner // Arbeit;2013, Issue 1, p3
An introduction is presented to the March 2013 issue of the labor journal "Arbeit" in which the author discusses articles on the importance of trust in industrial psychology, trust relationships between executives and employees, and the importance of trust for industrial innovation.
- TRANSACTIONAL AND RELATIONAL ASPECTS OF THE PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRACTS OF TEMPORARY WORKERS. Lee, Gregory John; Faller, Nicole // South African Journal of Psychology;Nov2005, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p831
Contingent labour is an increasingly important part of the international and South African business environment. Several questions arise regarding the relationships between such workers and the client organisations that utilise their labour. Do contingent workers maintain transactional...
- Professional standards research: the psychological contract. Atkinson, Carol // People Management;7/24/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 15, p43
Discusses the changes in the employment relationship in Great Britain. Research approaches for the psychological contract; Factors that influenced perception on the psychological contract; Role of human resource practices in the creation and maintenance of the psychological contract.
- Industrial Psychology At Work. Syverson, Nancy // Industrial Maintenance & Plant Operation;May2001, Vol. 62 Issue 5, p16
Focuses on the effects of industrial psychology on industrial human relations in the United States. Participants of the American Psychological Association in Washington D.C.; Reasons for the increase in membership; Difficulties experience by industrial psychologists in the field; Reactions of...
- Chapter 6: The enabling sponsor. Williams, Michael // Enabling Beyond Empowerment;6/22/1998, p138
The chapter discusses the concept of sponsoring as a component of the managerial enabling process. The aspects of sponsoring, including championing people and their particular talents, protecting people by acting as an organizational umbrella, among others are explained. The factors that...
- Audit Relations. J. F. // Accountancy;Dec1971, Vol. 82 Issue 940, p729
The article comments on an article in the July 1971 issue of the "Canadian Chartered Accountant," written by a consultant psychologist and told of how he had been brought in to help with some human relations problems in a 47-partner Canadian accounting practice. It discusses issues relating to...
- We model what we see. Anderson, Lydia E. // Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;06/12/2000, Issue 322628, p10
Discusses ways to improve human relations and communication in the workplace. Instilling in employees and managers positive characteristics that reinforce the company's mission; Encouragement of mutual respect and responsibility; Recognition of the importance of non-verbal communication;...