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Turkey's first "brain drain" wave began in the 1960s, with doctors and engineers among the first group of emigrants. In recent years, attention has shifted to young university graduates who are seriously contemplating starting their careers abroad as a result of the current economic crisis....
The paper explores the conditions of employment and career development in Saudi Arabia, which are found to be strongly segmented across nationalities. It discusses the main factors shaping employment and career development in Saudi Arabia, including employment policy, education and training,...
This paper focuses on the professional women, who work in high status jobs, such as system analysts and computer programming, in Turkey. It aims to explain their high share in the sector and the various coping strategies employed by the women as a response to the demands of their work. The...
This study explores some important aspects of organisational career management (OCM) in Israel. Overall, our data, obtained from 136 large firms, represented by their human resource managers (HRMs), reflect a fairly paternalistic approach to career management; careers are mostly managed by the...
Since the 1970s, occupational burnout has become a popular topic of research and an important concern for career counsellors. The majority of studies on burnout focussed on documenting its existence within certain occupational groups. The assumption underlying these studies is that occupational...
This paper investigates the differences between staffing methods used in small and large organisations in north Cyprus. Possible reasons for small organisations preferring some methods over others are discussed, along with the general problems small firms face in recruiting employees. Our survey...
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