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Examines the effects of demographic characteristics (gender and marital status), work-related attitudes (organizational commitment and job security), support factors, and perceived advantages and disadvantages of teleworking to individuals and organizations on individuals' attitudes towards...
Examines the merits of job breadth as a construct reflecting discretionary work behavior, and the influence that a supervisor is likely to have on an employee's developing job breadth. Surveys were completed by employees from long-term care facilities in the mid-western USA. Results indicated...
Examines potential individual difference and work culture correlates of workaholism in organizational settings. Data were collected from 251 women MBA graduates in managerial and professional roles using anonymous questionnaires. Workaholism types were determined using measures developed by...
Examines how humor is related to alternative conflict resolution strategies. It also seeks to advance understanding further by examining how respondents' group membership (race and gender) and demographic similarity with the conflict party influence the use of humor. Significant main effects and...
Examines the Japanese management philosophy in organizations, and develops a 15-item, four-factor (family orientation and loyalty, open communication, team approach, and manager knowledge) Japanese organizational culture scale (JOCS). Investigates the differences in JOCS and other work-related...
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