- Editorial Note. Griffeth, Rodger W. // Human Resource Management Review;Summer99, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p109
Discusses that 'Human Resource Management Review' is a scholarly journal devoted to the publication of scholarly theoretical articles pertaining to human resource management and allied fields. Objectives of the periodical; Various areas of human resource management covered in the issue.
- Free lunch relegated to the bench. // Personnel Today;10/1/2002, p60
Reports on the plans of Great Britain's newspaper 'Financial Times' (FT) to stop the free lunch facility for its employees in order to reduce its expenses. Notion regarding free lunch; Likely impact of the decision on the sales of FT.
- REFLECTIONS ON THE 'HIGH PERFORMANCE' PARADIGM'S IMPLICATIONS FOR INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS AS A FIELD. Godard, John; Delaney, John T. // Industrial & Labor Relations Review;
Over the past decade, several leading U.S. scholars have advanced a new industrial relations paradigm, according to which "high performance" work and human resource management (HRM) practices have replaced unions and collective bargaining as the innovative force in industrial relations. Although...
- 'Everything must change in order to stay the same.'. Hartz, Ronald // Zeitschrift fï¿½r Personalforschung;2012, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p82
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- Viewpoint: The Marketing Academy. // Marketing Week (Online Edition);4/17/2013, p7
The author offers insights on recruiting marketing talent as programme director of Great Britain's The Marketing Academy. She claims that helping to select 30 scholars from hundreds nominated for the Academy has made her realize that talent comes in different forms and advises companies to look...
- Perfil do pesquisador fisioterapeuta brasileiro. Coury, H. J. C. G.; Vilella, I. // Brazilian Journal of Physical Therapy / Revista Brasileira de Fi;jul/aug2009, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p356
To define the profile of the Brazilian physical therapy researcher in terms of training, productive outcomes, and grants and fellowships awarded by Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento CientÃfico e TecnolÃ³gico (CNPq), an agency linked to the Ministry of Science and Technology and dedicated...
- The Master's Degree in HRM: Midwife to a New Profession? Langbert, Mitchell // Academy of Management Learning & Education;Dec2005, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p434
Human resource master's programs lack a consistent identity. No course is required in more than 59.2% of programs, and the two most commonly offered courses are not the courses that managers favor. Part of the variability is from competition among four paradigms. Both HR scholars and HR managers...
- INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY-ENABLED INNOVATIVENESS AND GREEN CAPABILITIES. // Journal of Computer Information Systems;Winter2010, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p87
No abstract available.
- Pointing Fingers On Hiring. // Government Executive;7/1/2004, Vol. 36 Issue 11, p10
This article focuses on the federal hiring process. In early June, the Office of Personnel Management and federal human resources officers got into a spat over exactly who's responsible for the state of the federal hiring process. Concluded agencies are using few of the tools given to them to...