The invisible rules
- Why Women Don't Want a Female Boss. Murphy, Heather K. // Woman Advocate;Winter2015, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p31
The article focuses on the article "Why Women Don't Want a Female Boss," by Anna Akbari which appeared in the "Daily Worth," and examines the reasons why women have negative attitude toward their female boss.
- You're Going to Wear That? Goldner, Harold M. // GPSolo;Jan/Feb2010, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p20
The article focuses on the significance of wearing the proper business attire in the workplace in the U.S. It states that the arrival of the generation Y has changed the appearance and attitudes of the workplace. It notes the important concepts of implementing dress codes in the workplace such...
- Use last-chance agreements to force rule-breakers to either shape up or ship out. // HR Specialist: Pennsylvania Employment Law;Mar2011, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p3
The article reports on the use of last-chance agreement for employees who break the company's rules in Pennsylvania.
- Compulsive job hopper. // Plant Engineering;Mar2003, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p25
Discusses job shifting attitude of an ambitious employee. Labor agreement clause that disallows an existing employee to join another firm before a period of one year.
- Business Casual is the New Black. // T+D;Oct2006, Vol. 60 Issue 10, p16
The article reports on a study, conducted by the online job search engine TheLadders.com, concerned with standard dress codes in offices. The study reveals that about 78% of executives believe that business casual attire is presently the trend followed in offices. A growing majority of workers...
- POLITICS IN THE OFFICE. Fox, Adrienne // HR Magazine;Oct2008, Vol. 53 Issue 10, p38
This article examines politics in the U.S. workplace. A political activities policy is a simple statement covering acceptable and unacceptable behavior in the workplace. It generally encourages workers to participate in the political process--albeit off duty. It may allow paid time off for...
- THE EFFECT OF POLICY ON FAIRNESS PERCEPTIONS. BEMMELS, BRIAN; BROWN, GRAHAM; BARCLAY, LAURIE // Academy of Management Proceedings;2004, pD1
The article discusses a study that aims to prove that organizational policies can create a context in which other forms of justice are evaluated by looking at how the fairness of organizational policies are related to factors such as turnover, citizenship behavior and job satisfaction, as well...
- Young Asians contravene company IT policies. // Asian Pacific Post;10/31/2013, p17
The article focuses on a Fortinet Asia survey which revealed that 57 percent of employees aged 21-32 years old in Asia violate company policies related to the use of own devices.
- NO BETTER TIME TO GET BOSSY. // Advertising Age;4/29/1991, Vol. 62 Issue 18, p26
Reports on the results of the FaxTrack poll of the 'Advertising Age' magazine about the attitudes of employees toward their bosses. Percentage of respondents who say they do not like their bosses; Respondents who consider their bosses as mentors; Suggestion for bosses to improve relationship...