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- Employee's sense of stature strong driver of retention, loyalty. Barsky, Jonathan; McDougal, Jan; Frame, Cinci // Hotel & Motel Management;7/5/2004, Vol. 219 Issue 12, p12
This article focuses on the correlation between an employee's sense of stature and employee loyalty. This relationship was found by Market Metrix through a combination of focus groups and employee opinion surveys with over a thousand hotel employees. Emotions were selected for the Market Metrix...
- An Evaluation of Causal Models Linking the Received Role with Job Satisfaction. Greene, Charles N.; Organ, Dennis W. // Administrative Science Quarterly;Mar1973, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p95
This study of the relationship of the received role (that is, a person's perceptions of what other organization members expect of him) to satisfaction with one's job presents four plausible models based on four variables: role accuracy, compliance, performance evaluation, satisfaction. These...
- Employee attitudes. Mersmelstein, Ellen; Zid, Linda Abu-Shalback // Marketing Management;Nov/Dec2005, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p4
The article discusses research being done on the effect of advertising on employee trust in an organization. It references a study by Mary Wolfinbarger and Mary C. Gilly published in the number 03-126 issue of "MSI Report." Belief in the effectiveness of the advertising appears to have a...
- Outrageous employee behavior? Don't fear quick-trigger discipline. // HR Specialist: Employment Law;Jul2014, Vol. 44 Issue 7, p3
The article discusses the court case Barker, et al., v. Boeing Company which deals with employee behavior.
- Monitor your attitude, manage boss' expectations. Kennedy, Marilyn Moats // Marketing News;5/15/2004, Vol. 38 Issue 9, p54
Explores the relationship between workers and managers. Attitudes that bosses expect from subordinates; Civility in the workplace; Respect of confidential information; Avoiding public denigration of co-workers; Cooperation on group projects.
- Integrating the Unfolding Model and Job Embeddedness Model to Better Understand Voluntary Turnover. Holtom, Brooks C.; Inderrieden, Edward J. // Journal of Managerial Issues;Winter2006, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p435
The research reported in this article connects critical elements of the unfolding model with the job embeddedness model. After reviewing the core elements of both the unfolding model and job embeddedness model, the article develops logic linking the two theories. It then reports empirical...
- Ocena efektywnosci systemï¿½w wynagrodzen. Beck-Krala, Ewa // Human Resource Management / Zarzadzanie Zasobami Ludzkimi;2012, Vol. 5, p23
This paper touches upon the difficult and relatively unexplored question of pay system effectiveness evaluation. The author indicates significant problems and points out the main factors determining the effectiveness of pay systems. The author also tries to show the popularity of actions in the...
- Staying open to change is key to greater productivity. Jones, Tom E. // Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;4/9/2004, Issue 323228, p5
Presents tips on labor productivity. Prevention on the spread of misleading information; Encourage of personnel to seek assistance; Maintenance of positive work attitude.
- PSYCHOLOGICAL RESISTANCE TO THE INTRODUCTION OF A CORPORATE PLANNING SYSTEM: AN EMPIRICAL SURVEY. Blohm, Hans; Heinrich, Lutz J. // International Studies of Management & Organization;Fall71, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p311
This article discusses the results of a survey concerning employees' attitudes towards the introduction of a corporate planning system in West Germany. The survey encompassed 52 enterprises in different industries, juridical forms of organization, and sizes. Successful corporate planning--both...