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The “work attitudes‐turnover” linkage was compared among four medical‐sector occupational groups. In a sample of 707 employees, drawn from eight variously‐sized medical‐sector sites, intended and actual turnover behavior is predicted. Combining a cross‐sectional and longitudinal analysis, and...
The need to understand chaos and complexity in organisations has particular importance for health which is bedevilled by the complexity of organisations and the sometimes chaotic nature of its core activities. This article seeks to explore these issues in the context of one of the key functions...
This paper is the second from a series of three, addressing human resource practices using best practice examples. The analysis covered is based on the experiences of organizations that have won the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award (MBNQA) in the USA. The sub‐criteria covered in this...
Human resource management practices with special reference to the latest developments of the 1990s such as environmental effects and managing diversity, were investigated. The purpose of the study was to unveil how the health care industry can benefit from these new concepts, as well as to...
Health care providers offer an ideal setting to study the effectiveness of resilient behavior. The notion of a resilient organization is an emerging concept for understanding and coping with the modern‐day pace of change and associated work stress. Resilience is the ability of an individual or...
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