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- INTERRELATEDNESS OF OCCUPATIONAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL LABOR MOBILITY. Schroeder, Larry D. // Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Apr76, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p405
The article examines the relationship between occupational and geographical mobility within 1 to five year periods. The reasons for mobility interrelationships is found in a simple model of labor mobility. This simple model contained the inclinations of a person to change its occupations and...
- ASSESSING THE SUSTAINED EFFECTS OF A STRESS MANAGEMENT INTERVENTION ON ANXIETY AND LOCUS OF CONTROL. Rose, Robin L.; Vega, John F. // Academy of Management Journal;Mar1984, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p190
The article discusses a study which investigated the extent to which locus of control and anxiety level can be modified by a stress management intervention. This study intended to provide additional support to the efficacy of short term, cognitive-behavior intervention programs for anxiety...
- Motivating Employee Commitment with Empathy and Support during Stressful Life Events. Hobson, Charles J.; Kesic, Dawn; Rosetti, Desila; Delunas, Linda; Hobson, Natalie G. // International Journal of Management;Sep2004, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p332
A 10 step strategy is introduced to help supervisors effectively respond to employees confronted with stressful, family related/personal life events. The long term benefits of using this approach include enhanced employee motivation, commitment, loyalty, and performance.
- HR professionals struggle to cope with milestone events. Berry, Mike // Personnel Today;3/15/2005, p4
The article informs that HR staff are less likely than others to cope with life's 'milestone' events, such as a marriage breakup or a death in the family, with a quarter feeling suicidal as a result, according to research. Almost a third of HR respondents to research firm Explorandum's Milestone...
- Las cinco etapas del cambio. Salido, David Cuadrado I. // Capital Humano;Mar2010, Vol. 23 Issue 241, p54
No abstract available.
- Will and a way. Fisher Jr, James R. // Executive Excellence;Jul97, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p12
Focuses on ways to employ the natural resilience of workers aside from outsourcing, downsizing and cost-cutting measures. Development of a true partnership between managers and workers; Selection of team leaders in agreement between management and the union; Complementary practices that ensure...
- Successful organizations. Pfeffer, Jeffrey // Executive Excellence;Mar1998, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p11
Describes the seven practices of profitable business enterprises. Employment security; Selective hiring; Implementation of self-managed teams and decentralized decision making; Offering of high compensation and contingent on performance.
- Technology misapplied. Oncken, William // Executive Excellence;Sep98, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p14
Discusses how technology can be used in industrial and personnel management. Illustration on how to solve problems within an organization; Illustration on how technology can be misapplied.
- Art of recognition. Anderson, Mac // Executive Excellence;Sep98, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p20
Suggests how managers can motivate employees to give their best service for the company. Correlation between satisfied employees and quality service delivery to customers; Discussion on how managers can help recognize employees for their quality service.