Citations with the tag: JOB enrichment
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Sorohan, Erica Gordon // Training & Development; May95, Vol. 49 Issue 5, p11
Focuses on the potential economic and social gains from restructuring of employment programs based on the Bill Clinton Administration's proposals. Optimism in the outcome of job and training programs.
- Good news, bad news.
Canfield, Thomas N. // Executive Report; May97, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p52
Opinion. Presents the author's view on Pittsburgh region's job growth rates. Key indicator of potential job growth from existing businesses; How weak business investment for growth has led to low rates of hiring young people; How the lack of young people at the prime age is a contributor to...
- Why? you ask, and well you might.
Foster, Jack // Across the Board; Feb97, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p14
Presents an excerpt from the book `How to Get Ideas,' by Jack Foster.
- Executive coaching making strides in relatively untapped Czech market.
Kirkland, Joel // Prague Business Journal; 3/11/2002, Vol. 7 Issue 10, p4
Focuses on the impact of executive coaching on the performance of business executive at work. Goal of coaching to improve overall communication in office; Description on the job of an executive coach; Ability of the coach to change and maintain the competitive edge of the company.
- Skills monopoly which bypass Go.
Kirkland, Joel // Personnel Today; 4/2/2002, p56
Reports the importance of training staff with various aspects of job in Great Britain.
- Teutonic workers caught napping.
Kirkland, Joel // Personnel Today; 4/2/2002, p56
Reports the benefits from a forty-five minute nap in boosting staff performance according to the research in Germany.
- How do you raise morale among colleagues at work?
Kirkland, Joel // NEA Today; May 2001, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p25
Provides tips on raising the morale of teachers and support staff. Activities of the Cancer Run Team in Washington; Creative ways of starting staff meetings; Opportunities available outside the school environment.
- the joy of working: a new look at job satisfaction.
Stanley, T. L. // Supervision; Sep2001, Vol. 62 Issue 9, p3
Presents information on job satisfaction. Factors that influence job satisfaction; Benefits posed by job satisfaction; Differences in workers' perceptions of job satisfaction; Information on a questionnaire for measuring job satisfaction.
- TOP 20 WAYS TO MOTIVATE EMPLOYEES.
Stanley, T. L. // Supervision; Jun2011, Vol. 72 Issue 7, p26
A list of the labor motivation tips is presented.
- Sailing the good ship career.
Farren, Caela // Training & Development; Feb98, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p42
Discusses how professionals can take control over their career. Use of a web a metaphor for the system of work; Enumeration of human needs that make up the center of work; Establishments of links with health needs between profession, industry, organization, and job. INSET: Test yourself..
- Ask the professor.
Farren, Caela // Public Relations Tactics; Jun99, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p3
Presents tips on how an employee can best hold on to his job despite the penchant for downsizing, merging and acquiring. Forms of career sabotage to avoid; Includes procrastination, lack of participation and resisting change.
- People Watch.
Farren, Caela // Traffic World; 5/13/2002, Vol. 266 Issue 19, p34
Reports employee appointments and promotions in the transportation industry as of May 2002. Appointment of Allyson Clarkson as statement analyst of MegaSys; Promotion of Frits Kromhout to senior vice president of Consolidated Freightways; Role of John Vermeiren as business development manager...
- DULL WORK HERE TO STAY.
Burns, John E. // Industrial Management; Nov74, Vol. 16 Issue 11, pi
Focuses on the prevalence of dull work despite emphasis on job enrichment. Prediction on the likeness of dull jobs to increase; Effectiveness of automation in eliminating challenging jobs; Threat of increased dullness on maintenance jobs.
- AN UPDATE ON JOB ENRICHMENT.
Bagadia, Kishan Shymlal; Bakr, M.M. // Industrial Management; May/Jun77, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p8
Reports the emergence of job enrichment to solve occupational ills which plaque the modern industrial worker. Factors affecting the quantity and quality of performance; Determination of employee satisfaction; Source of failure in many job enrichment programs.
- 3 BASIC RULES FOR JOB ENHANCEMENT.
Bagadia, Kishan Shymlal; Bakr, M.M. // Industrial Management; Sep/Oct78, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p22
No abstract available.
- A STUDY ON JOB ENRICHMENT.
Rosemon, Tillmon H. // Industrial Management; May/Jun80, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p5
Focuses on the applicability and practice of job enrichment to industrial organizations in Chicago, Illinois. Use of job enrichment to improve job motivation of production workers; Number of organizations utilizing job enrichment; Attitude of employees during enrichment process.
- Job Enrichment: Concepts and Consequences.
Testerman, Michael B. // Industrial Management; May/Jun80, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p9
Focuses on the concepts and consequences of job enrichment. Implementation of job enrichment in industry; Definition of job enrichment; Emphasis on motivation.
- What turns you on and off?
Linney, Barbara J.; Linney Jr., George E. // Physician Executive; Sep/Oct98, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p62
Cites factors which make a job satisfactory. Identification of activities which energize and deenergize people; Incorporation of energizers and elimination of deenergizers when redesigning a job.
- Hasty actions can lead to unexpected reactions.
Stuller, Terry // Wenatchee Business Journal; Aug2003, Vol. 17 Issue 8, pC10
Presents tips on personnel management. Confrontation of the problems affecting the work performance of an employee; Observation of employee behavior; Need for employee motivation.
- Training AIDS.
Stuller, Terry // Industrial Maintenance & Plant Operation; May2003, Vol. 64 Issue 5, p34
Features several training and development programs in the United States. Fluke's release of its 2003 schedule for calibration and metrology courses; Cooper Bussman's offering of safety training program; Electrical Apparatus Service Association's offering of a business and technical program that...
- A Two-Way Street.
Stuller, Terry // CMA Management; Feb2002, Vol. 75 Issue 10, p15
Discusses how employees can determine their own professional development needs and expectations relative to those of the organization. Ability to understand the framework within which the company is working and relate it with their own personal objectives; Examination of their working...
- Redefining jobs & work in changing organizations.
Langdon, Danny G.; Whiteside, Kathleen S. // HRMagazine; May96, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p97
Focuses on the value of redefining jobs as part of change management in the workplace. Signs that new job definitions are needed; Elements of work; Role of the human resource management. INSET: Lineman/splicer job definition..
- Why Don't They?
Langdon, Danny G.; Whiteside, Kathleen S. // ABA Banking Journal; Jun80, Vol. 72 Issue 6, p32
Looks into the issues involving the proponents of job enrichment for workers in the U.S. Improvement of the commercial products; Changes of the working condition on employees; Support of the personnel management on advertising strategy of companies.
- THE REAL COST OF JOB ENRICHMENT.
Alber, Antone F. // Business Horizons; Feb79, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p60
Focuses on the importance of job enrichment on industrial organizations. Effects of job enrichment on employee performance; Disadvantage of job enrichment; Correlation between job enrichment and costs.
- Why job enrichment fails.
Alber, Antone F. // Management Review; Oct77, Vol. 66 Issue 10, p66
Reports on the causes of the failure of job enrichment programs based on the studies of state government employees in New England. Dissatisfaction with a job; Intrinsic and extrinsic rewards; Influence of nonwork life spheres on worker's discontent.
- JOB ENRICHMENT: CHALLENGE OF THE 70's.
Janson, Robert // Training & Development Journal; Jun70, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p7
Focuses on the challenges of job enrichment in the 1970s. Satisfaction in work; Sense of achievement among employees; Desire for recognition; Characteristics of a satisfying work; Employee responsibility growth and learning.
- Alternative roads to success.
Smaglik, Paul // Nature; 10/10/2002, Vol. 419 Issue 6907, p3
Focuses on the improvement of academic career in biotechnology industry in the U.S. Views of Eric Schmidt, managing director of SG Cowan, on the industry; Development of scientific job market; Interest of Catharine Johnson, manager of business development for Regeneron, on internship with a...
- Boost engagement.
Smaglik, Paul // Communication Briefings; Jun2010, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p3
The article offers advices for boosting employee satisfaction by highlighting the value of the work that they do.
- Mix praise with future promise.
Smaglik, Paul // Managing People at Work; Aug2010, Issue 341, p5
The article focuses on the impact of positive declarations in employee motivation.
- CONCEPTUAL FOUNDATIONS OF JOB ENRICHMENT.
Carroll, Archie B. // Public Personnel Management; Jan/Feb74, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p35
Focuses on concepts of job enrichment. Impact of the programs on employee attitudes; Role in controlling job monotony; Strategies helpful in introducing changes in an organization; Importance of total commitment from the management.
- EFFECTIVENESS AND MOTIVATION AMONG PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL.
Rotondi Jr., Thomas // Industrial Management; Feb75, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p1
Examines the importance of effectiveness and motivation among research and development managers. Categories of jobs; Job profile of effective personnel; Implications for managerial policy and practice.
- TOP 5 WAYS TO.
Rotondi Jr., Thomas // Caterer & Hotelkeeper; 12/3/2010, Vol. 200 Issue 4656, p13
The article offers suggestions on motivating seasonal workers.
- Job enrichment: What it is . . . and isn't.
Rotondi Jr., Thomas // Management Review; Jul80, Vol. 69 Issue 7, p57
Reports developments related to management in the U.S. as of July 1980. Concept of job enrichment; Choice of college students to recruit for sales positions; Characterization of career women.
- Employee Value Proposition Empowers Talents.
Steenbergen, Ewout // Asia Insurance Review; Jun2008, p80
The article offers tips in motivating employees.
- Empowering Your Assistant.
Lombardi, Lana M. // Advisor Today; Aug2002, Vol. 97 Issue 8, p80
Discusses the areas that business owners need to consider when building a growth-oriented environment for assistant. First step in developing another person's talent; Suggestion on developing written customer philosophy; Importance of setting up general form letters and templates on computer or...
- Rightsizing your job.
Kennedy, Marilyn Moats // Across the Board; Feb97, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p53
Presents tips in reducing workloads in a company. One of the least recognized facts about job; Activity that can help eliminate activities that affects productivity; Four headings which tasks may be group under; Information about the `task of proofreading or fact-checking'; Reason for...
- Help employees flourish.
Kennedy, Marilyn Moats // Communication Briefings; Mar2013, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p4
The article presents a discussion on how to flourish the skills of employees by providing them the opportunity to showcase their knowledge or skills, adapted from the article "What Happens When No One Is Replaceable?" by Josh Allan Dykstra.
- AN APPLICATION OF JOB ENRICHMENT IN A CIVIL SERVICE SETTING: A DEMONSTRATION STUDY.
Gomez, Luis R.; Mussio, Stephen J. // Public Personnel Management; Jan/Feb75, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p49
Focuses on the application of job enrichment in civil service. Alleviation of job satisfaction level; Improvement of job performance; Increase of motivator factors.
- work redesign: a results-oriented strategy that works.
Janson, Robert // Advanced Management Journal (03621863); Winter79, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p21
Discusses the concept of job enrichment. Term that would indicate work revolution; Goal of job enrichment; Expectation of line managers from a management tool; Reasons for the fragmentation of jobs; Factors considered in work redesign.
- Hurdle These Five Roadblocks to Move Up in Your Organization.
Raphael, Todd // Workforce; May2000, Vol. 79 Issue 5, p124
Discusses five roadblocks to move up in an organization. Doing two jobs at once; Differences in opinion among management staff; Effect of lack of self-confidence.
- SPEAKING FROM EXPERIENCE.
Cooper, LLoyd // Training & Development Journal; Feb79, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p30
Focuses on the evolution of the human resource development (HRD) as an integral component of a company. Role of the HRD in defining the specific dimensions of the function of all the company employees; Failure of traditional academic training approaches to directly relate to the mission of...
- City management job swap: A trade that paid.
Simmons, Mike; Cutler, Beth // Public Management (00333611); Jul96, Vol. 78 Issue 7, p8
Presents the experience of assistant managers who exchanged positions in two Colorado communities for two weeks to better understand each other's position and to experience the dynamics of another organization. Expectations; Similarities and differences in the jobs; Benefits of management...
- MANAGEMENT in PRACTICE.
Simmons, Mike; Cutler, Beth // Management Review; May72, Vol. 61 Issue 5, p33
Discusses several management strategies as applied to actual corporate problems and concerns. Job enrichment; Financial reports; Policy implications on management.
- A steelworker talks motivation.
Dalena, Donald T. // Management Review; May74, Vol. 63 Issue 5, p36
Reports on key issues and developments relevant to employee motivation in the U.S. compiled as of May 1974. Importance of job enrichment; Factors influencing corporate culture and employee work habits; Implications for personnel management and organization.
- More employers are providing flexibility through job restructuring.
Flynn, Gillian // Personnel Journal; Mar94, Vol. 73 Issue 3, p16
Reports on the increased number of employers restructuring jobs in response to the demands of the work force. Provision of benefits to regular and part-time employees; Implementation of job-sharing arrangement; Selection of flexible work schedules; Offer of telecommuting programs; Support for...
- Make Recognition an Everyday Event.
Nelson, Bob // Corporate Meetings & Incentives; Nov2003, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p30
Focuses on the importance of recognizing the employees' achievement and contribution to the company. Most valued and remembered kind of recognition; Advantages of complementing employees of their daily achievement; Impact of a simple expression of a day-to-day thanks on the employees.
- PREDICTORS OF EXPATRIATE ADJUSTMENT.
Stroh, Linda K.; Dennis, Leslie E.; Cramer, Tim C. // International Journal of Organizational Analysis (1993 - 2002); Apr94, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p176
Evaluates the predictors of expatriate adjustment among the multinational corporations in the U.S. Perception of the management on the effect of international assignment on career; Assessment of the organizational policies; Development of business authority.
- Job Enrichment: Who Uses it and Why.
Reif, William E.; Ferrazzi, David N.; Evans Jr., Robert J. // Business Horizons; Feb74, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p73
Managers would generally agree that their four primary concerns are survival, profit, growth, and the efficient use of human resources. And since the fourth concern is a means of achieving the other three, it is not surprising that in many companies human resource management is the focus of...
- Job redesign, reform, enrichment--exploring the limitations.
Levitan, Sar A.; Johnston, William B. // Monthly Labor Review; Jul73, Vol. 96 Issue 7, p35
Reports on the procedures for redesigning executive and professional jobs to improve the quality of work. Development of job reform and enrichment programs; Limitations of participative management; Focus on social efficiency; Fallacy of radical work reform; Implications on labor practices and...
- How To Get Results From Job Enrichment.
Hallowell, David A // Training & Development Journal; Jul74, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p38
Explains training strategies to achieve accurate results from job enrichment programs. Analysis of the objectives of a job enrichment program; Assessment of situations where job enrichment fits; Caution over various types of danger signals which could mean that job enrichment approaches are...