- TIME=MONEY= LESS HAPPINESS. // HR Professional;May/Jun2012, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p12
The article reports on the result of a study from the Rotman School of Management which reveals that individuals who put a price on their time will potentially feel impatient when the are not utilizing it to earn money, compromising their ability to deserve happiness during leisure time.
- How to Deal with an Office Soapboxer. Bassuk, Alicia // Harvard Business Review Digital Articles;8/30/2016, p2
The article discusses how to deal with a soapboxer, which refers to an employee who promotes his personal opinion because he believes that he is the only one who knew the right way to do anything.
- CHAPTER 3: An Excuse Is an Excuse Is an Excuse…. // Fell's Official Know-It-All Guide: Let's Get Results, Not Excuse;2003, p17
The article informs that U.S. business enterprises can regain their status in the global market place by giving priority to the elimination of excuses from the workplace. The problem is that even if excuses are recognized as a problem in the organizations, many see them only as little problems,...
- The meaning of work. Levine, David // Training Journal;Aug2010, p39
The article discusses the difficulties that employees face in making work gratifying in Great Britain. The author examines the attitude of employees toward finding gratification in work and their ability to integrate work and play. He emphasizes the consequences if such integration fails...
- DOES AGE MATTER IN JOB SATISFACTION? THE CASE OF U.S. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONALS. Ghazzawi, Issam // Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications & Conflict;Jan2011, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p25
Many studies have examined the relationship between age and job satisfaction. These studies have revealed conflicting results. While some concluded that such relationship is positive and linear, others have concluded negative non-linear, U-shaped, or J-shaped, or no significant relationship....
- Frustration factored in? Hubbard, Ben // Employee Benefits;2008 Best Practice, p22
The author presents the study conducted by Hay Group Insight on employees' frustrations with their firm. He mentions the results of the research that there are more than 20% of the total workforce are represented by frustrated employees, but there are also more than 20% of the employees thought...
- How Do You Know Who Your Superstars Really Are? Schumacher, Steve // Rock Products;Nov2011, Vol. 114 Issue 11, p28
The article discusses the behaviors to look for when seeking for high-potential employees (HIPO). The author states that performance is the common and basic element of HIPOs. HIPOs are also doing their assignments on time or early. According to the author, HIPOs are seeking for more...
- "The bad guys at work". Kello, John // Industrial Safety & Hygiene News;Aug2011, Vol. 45 Issue 8, p26
The article discusses the negative behavior of employees which affects the productivity of businesses in the U.S. It outlines the concept of fundamental attribution error which is a consistent bias in how customers make judgments of cause about the behavior of sales personnel. It highlights the...
- Problem people cause conflict, send good employees packing. Adkins, Ben // Fort Worth Business Press;4/18/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 16, p28
Presents tips on handling problem employees. Workplace problems posed by such employees; Characteristics of problem employees; Management of workplace conflict.