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Evidence exists which suggests that organisations may havemisinterpreted the intent and letter of the current US law in personnelselection. The flawed response that many organisations have taken as aresult of this misinterpretation is described. While unfairdiscrimination is reprehensible, data...
Jobs in the future will be more demanding and tomorrows workerswill have to learn new techniques to maintain their marketability. It isargued that what organisation development as a strategy does for therenewal of institutions, professional or human resource development doesfor the renewal of...
The findings are reported of a research study into certain personalorganisational factors which may discriminate between two groups ofemployees, one which was categorised as plateaued and the othernonplateaued. The respondents were drawn from a larger study ofemployees at the headquarters of a...
The results of a survey of Dutch educational managers aredescribed, which used an adaptation of the Cooper Executive StressQuestionnaire and the Spielberger Job Stress Survey. Directors of largesecondary schools, managers and directors at universities andtopranking employees at the Dutch...
The influence of certain factors under the direct control ofmanagement and affecting the level of job satisfaction in theheadquarters of a major local government in Western Australia areexamined. It is concluded that those factors leading to conflict,whether internal to the person or external...
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