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- Corporate Psychology: An Answer to Occupational Mental Health. Leonards, Jeffrey T. // Personnel & Guidance Journal;Sep81, Vol. 60 Issue 1, p47
Corporate planners acknowledge that productivity is directly related to employee mental health. This recognition is reflected by the recent upsurge of corporate in-house, human resource programs. Although their latent function may be economic rather than humanitarian, these programs nevertheless...
- How to . . . . . . rehabilitate staff after mental illness. Miller, Doreen; Donaldson, Emma; Nock, Ramona // People Management;11/20/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 23, p50
Focuses on corporate rehabilitation programme for employees who have suffered mental illness. Importance of rehabilitation programs; Key components of a successful absence management programme; Measures to ensure the recovery and return of staff.
- View management turnover as opportunity to acquire new capabilities for organization. Neely, JoAnn // Getting Paid in Behavioral Healthcare;Jun2003, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p5
Reports on the job openings in the management teams of behavioral health organizations in the U.S. as of June 2003. Reason for sudden management turnover; Suggestions for hiring new staff.
- Are You Having Any Fun? // Workforce (10928332);May2000, Vol. 79 Issue 5, p25
Reports on a poll in Workforce.com on feelings of employees in their offices. Overview of the findings on predominant feelings in offices; Pieces of advice in managing the workforce; Effect of stress to employees.
- trends and troubles. Meyers, Stuart // Behavioral Health Management;Mar/Apr2001, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p14
Focuses on the trend and problems of staff recruitment and retention among behavioral healthcare organizations in the United States. Factors that influenced the ability of organizations to cope with personnel management problems; Strategies implemented by organizations to confront staffing...
- Chapter 4: Human resource management. // Human Resources & Training in Mental Health;1/1/2005, p57
Chapter 4 of the book "Human Resources and Training in Mental Health" is presented. It focuses on human resource (HR) management in mental health. Leadership can be developed in mental health services by detecting leadership potential among staff and training of leaders. A motivated workforce is...
- Recruitment in the Mental Health sector of New Zealand: Practice and policy, barriers and opportunities. Rasquinha, Desiree; Mouly, Suchi // Human Resources Magazine;Jun2005, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p26
The article explores the recruitment policies, practices, barriers and opportunities of the mental health sector of New Zealand. The current situation of the mental health sector in New Zealand is described. The delays and handoffs in recruiting employees, as well as the quality of the...
- WINNING THE 'WAR FOR TALENT' Naughton-Travers, Joseph P. // Behavioral Health Management;Sep/Oct2002, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p23
Discusses the challenges of recruitment and retention of employees in behavioral health organizations in the U.S. Issues on the employment of clinical professionals; Key retention strategies for organizations; Development of organizational standards for employee recruitment.
- Shaking Up the Behavioral Health/EAP Field. Derr, W. Dennis // Behavioral Health Management;Sep/Oct2003, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p14
Discusses the status of the behavioral health and Employee Assistance Program (EAP) field in the U.S., as of September 2003. Effect of the centralization and mass production of behavioral health and EAP services on network providers and treatment facilities; Information on the concept of...