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Organizations across Europe see training and development as a majorpersonnel function objective. They use it as a recruitment mechanism.Employers are increasing their spending on training, although at presentspending above 4 per cent of the wage bill on training is rare.Evaluation of training...
Argues that because of a number of significant changes in the lastten years, individual issues such as grievance and discipline should nowbecome more prominent concerns of industrial relations research. Someimportant differences which distinguish discipline and grievance areidentified, and a...
Reports the results of a study examining the relationships betweenorganizational structure formalization, specialization, participation,and centralization and human resource practices, training and internallabour market ILM with the state of the firms industrial relations.The data were collected...
Prominent review articles conclude that the relationship betweenage and job satisfaction is probably linear because the clear majorityof studies has produced linear findings. Recent research has suggested,however, that if the agesatisfaction relationship was investigatedusing appropriate...
Based on empirical work from two major UK organizations. BritishAirways and BT formerly British Telecom, both of whom have, afterprivatization, engaged in largescale culture change programmes. Bothorganizations have made substantial job cuts and at the time of writingin May 1991 both...
Responsibility for human resource management is being spread aroundorganizations in two ways by decentralization, the allocation ofpersonnel tasks formerly undertaken centrally to more local parts of theorganization and by devolution, the allocation of rules formerlyundertaken by personnel...
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