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- Time, Money and Certification. Bangert, Michelle // Quality;Jul2012, Vol. 51 Issue 7, p50
The article discusses the results of the 12th annual State of the Profession survey of the periodical "Quality" on employment trends. The survey reveals the trends in employee compensation, work hours, job constraints, overall job satisfaction and improvements to quality operations. It indicates...
- Familiarity breeds contempt as bad managers rule roost. Reade, Quentin // Personnel Today;3/29/2005, p6
The article focuses on a survey, which reports that employee job satisfaction declines the longer people work for their employers in Great Britain. The findings are based on 30 years of research by Sirota Consulting Corp., including a survey of 1.2 million employees at 52 companies from 2001 to...
- JOB SATISFACTION LINKED TO FLEXIBLE SCHEDULES. // USA Today Magazine;Nov2003, Vol. 132 Issue 2702, p9
Deals with the role of flexible schedules in job satisfaction among employees. Implications of longer working hours on employees; Importance of employee retention; Tips for managers investigating flexible work schedules for employees.
- Hostility, Job Attitudes, and Workplace Deviance: Test of a Multilevel Model. Judge, Timothy A.; Scott, Brent A.; Ilies, Remus // Journal of Applied Psychology;Jan2006, Vol. 91 Issue 1, p126
The authors tested a model, inspired by affective events theory (H. M. Weiss & R. Cropanzano, 1996), that examines the dynamic nature of emotions at work, work attitudes, and workplace deviance. Sixty-four employees completed daily surveys over 3 weeks, reporting their mood, job satisfaction,...
- Employers must tackle long work hours culture to attract
'Generation Y'. // Caterer & Hotelkeeper;3/11/2004, Vol. 193 Issue 4314, p6
Discusses the results of a survey on the working preferences of British hospitality workers and students. Work hours expected by respondents; Factors in employee satisfaction; Careers preferred by respondents.
- Careers and Goals Stay on Track, Salaries Rise. Studt, Tim // R&D Magazine;Mar2004, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p24
Presents the results of a survey which examined the job satisfaction, pay and performance of scientists and engineers in the field of research and development (R&D) in the U.S. Changes in R&D between July 2000 and January 2004; Average number of work hours per week; Improvement in overall salary.
- Say, Maybe We Won't Lose Our Jobs After All. Dolliver, Mark // Adweek;7/18/2005, Vol. 46 Issue 28, p31
This article presents results of several surveys determining the job satisfaction level of Americans. In the most recent Spherion Employee Confidence Index polling, 75 percent of working adults voiced confidence that their jobs will not be eliminated this year. If worse does come to worst, 58...
- Reality bites. Reeves, Richard // Management Today;May2003, p37
The author focuses on challenges and stress faced by managers and professionals on job. There are many evidences that these people are working more intensively, for longer hours and suffering from higher levels of work-related stress. One in 10 people are working more than 60 hours a week. The...
- A STUDY OF THE IMPACT OF FACTOR IMPORTANCE WEIGHTINGS ON JOB SATISFACTION MEASURES. Staples, D. Sandy; Higgins, Christopher A. // Journal of Business & Psychology;Winter98, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p211
This study empirically tests Locke's theory that the importance of a job satisfaction factor to an individual is already reflected in the individual's responses to the specific questions, Responses from a job satisfaction survey carried out by a large Canadian company were analyzed using a...