How's your job attitude?
Tags: EMPLOYEES -- Attitudes
- Is everybody happy? // American Nurseryman;11/1/95, Vol. 182 Issue 9, p10
Reports on the results of a 1994 survey conducted by Watson Wyatt Worldwide which shows that despite corporate downsizings, divestitures and restructurings, American workers are still positive about their jobs. Percentage of the respondents who were satisfied with their jobs; Results of the...
- Seven-day itch. Poe, Randall; Courter, Carol Lee // Across the Board;Feb1994, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p5
Reports on a survey of `Yomiuri Shimbun' periodical on Japanese workers' attitudes towards lengthy vacations.
- MVP work ethic. Pritchett, Lou // Across the Board;Feb96, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p12
Looks at the author's attitude towards work.
- Worker attitude in Japan. // Business Quarterly;Summer91, Vol. 56 Issue 1, p46
Presents an excerpt from the article `Personnel Management in Japanese Business Enterprises,' by Kazuhiko Murata, which appeared in the December 1990 issue of `Hitotsubashi Journal of Commerce & Management' on the evaluation of worker attitudes in Japan.
- Do you have what employers want? Cherne, Ferne // Career World;Sep95, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p12
Gives advice on avoiding first job jitters by knowing what the employer wants from their employees. Includes adaptability to the workplace; Neatness in the work area; Ability to learn and adapt to change.
- First week on the job tips for making it through. Cook, Kathleen // Career World;Apr/May97, Vol. 25 Issue 7, p13
Presents strategies for employees on preparing for the first week on the job. Becoming an active learner; Being a good observer of co-workers; Development of good relationships with co-workers; Use of downtime to learn more about the place of work or other related matters.
- Would you be a good employee? // Career World;Nov/Dec97, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p2
Presents information on tips that one can incorporated into their lives to become a good employee, while making oneself marketable and employable, as suggested by Jean Gatz, a former career counselor. Listing of tips.
- Office temperature tops workers' complaints, survey finds. // Fairfield County Business Journal;09/29/97, Vol. 36 Issue 39, p23
Reports that office temperature is the leading complaint among American workers according to the International Facility Management Association's report `1997 Corporate Facilities Monitor.' Other leading worker complaints; Response to worker complaints; Unusual worker complaints.
- Protecting against employee dishonesty. Wheeler, Nick // Mortgage Banking;Apr97, Vol. 57 Issue 7, p69
Provides some tools for measuring the potential costs of dishonest employees. Calculating the coverage; Measuring the real exposure; Exposure for commercial lenders; Factors to be considered in fidelity-bond wording; Problems that may be encountered by mortgage banking executives.
- How to get hot. Rappaport, Alyssa // Psychology Today;Jan/Feb96, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p20
Looks at how work teams can create hot groups. Tasks; Comment made; Conditions for growth.