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This study, relying on a survey of managers on international assignments in Turkey, examines the relationships between expatriate managers satisfaction and commitment to their companies and assignments. The study furthermore seeks to identify the factors which relate to expatriate managers...
This study examined gender differences of the customer expectations and satisfaction of job seekers with employment and training services by a state government in the USA. A customer satisfaction survey was administered yielding 1,393 responses from individuals who applied for employment and...
Although workaholism in organizations has received considerable attention in the popular press, our understanding of it based on research evidence is quite limited. This study, using measures developed by Spence and Robbins (1992), examined the relationship of workaholism type to indicators of...
The authors have drawn on their experience of professional supervision, coaching and mentoring in a variety of circumstances to examine the theory and practice of supervision in the context of the fast‐growing field of executive coaching. They suggest some fundamental principles that underpin...
This article reports on a visit by a small group of SME managers from Barnsley and Doncaster in the UK to the USA. The aim of the project, entitled Networking USA, was to learn from US managers’ experiences of recovery and regeneration. Details of the preparation for the visit and the overall...
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