Human Resources, Personnel, and Organizational Behavior

July 1990
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jul90, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p667
Academic Journal
A list of research and studies on human resources, personnel and organizational behavior in North America is presented. It includes "The Hidden Costs of Ineffective Written Communication and Rating Communications Effectiveness," by Ron Dulek, "The Role of Social Exchange Processes on the Development of Task Coordination in Employee Teams," by Anson Seers, "Pay Determination at the Level of the Firm," by William Brown and Janet Walsh, and "Comparison of Personal Characteristics of Purchasing Professionals in the Industrial, Institutional, Governmental and Retail Sectors," by Michael G. Kolchin.


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