Abstracts: Why at-will employment is dying. Racketeering penalties apply to employment litigation. Employment references and the law
Abstracts: Why care about care: many British companies, which are trying to cope with the complicated and costly issue of stress at work, are buying employee assistance and workplace counselling programmes without ensuring that the programmes identify sources of stress within the organisation
Abstracts: Why Delta is vital to the future of training. The potential danger of reaching for the trigger. A praiseworthy application of interactive video
Abstracts: Why do people join unions in a period of membership decline? Trade union membership in Britain, 1980-1987: unemployment and restructuring
Abstracts: Why Dow went for BS5750. Human resource management in relation to generic strategies, a comparison of chemical and food and drink companies in the Netherlands and Great Britain
Abstracts: Why employees stay is more critical than why they leave. Minimize office gossip. OSHA's impact on human resources management
Abstracts: Why employers should care about Medicare+Choice. Engaging employees in health care: can contain costs and improve quality
Abstracts: Why Irish firms are smiling. Counting on Monitoring for Racial Equality. From Belfast to Brixton: could new monitoring measures cross the Irish Sea?
Abstracts: Why open learning can be a turn-off. Behind the 'management charter' debate. Report envisages 'apprenticeship' system for managers as part of new national framework
Abstracts: Why open learning can be a turn-off. Discrimination still a problem. 1992: new frontiers, new horizons
Abstracts: Why SAR is important to US companies doing business in Mexico. Employer pensions and personal savings: conflict or complement?
Abstracts: Why SAR is important to US companies doing business in Mexico. part 2 Retiree health benefits: an expanded retirement planning model
Abstracts: Why today's workers are on the move. TUC women's conference sets agenda for permanent gains from labour shortages
Abstracts: Why we need pension reform. Twenty-fifth anniversary reflections on ERISA. The costs and benefits of the Form 5500 annual report
Abstracts: Widespread ignorance of DDA. Civil Service EO data - 1999. Disability targets for Civil Service
Abstracts: Widespread race inequality in public sector. Targets for top NHS jobs. Government appoints diversity adviser
Abstracts: Wildcat strikes in U.S. manufacturing, 1960-1977. Unemployment insurance and strikes. Arbitrator characteristics and arbitrator decisions
Abstracts: Will coaching pay off? The first steps toward increasing supervisory authority. Authority: it doesn't just come with your job
Abstracts: Will drug testing in sports play for industry? Addictive Type A behavior undermines employee involvement. An EAP update: a perspective for the 80s
Abstracts: Will drug testing pass or fail in court? Management techniques fail to deliver. Why budgets fail
Abstracts: William Hill unveils Sunday working arrangements. Working days lost to disputes rise to 410,000 in 1995. Changes in working practices
Abstracts: Willingness and capacity: the determinants of prosocial organizational behaviour among nurses in the UK. Motivation to train from the workers' perspective: example of French companies
Abstracts: Will pension bill ride through Congress? GAO report: economically targeted investments perform well. GOP rules: can the industry relax with the GOP in control?
Abstracts: Will politicians grasp the nettle?. Optimistic outlook for equity markets in 2003: global. Will defined benefits survive?
Abstracts: Will we ever learn? Keeping track of chemical accidents. Labels that work even in the school lab. Risk assessor PDA
Abstracts: Will we outlive our money? Retirement planning and long-term risk. New approaches to analyzing and managing retirement risks
Abstracts: Wilson v. Group Hospitalization and Medical Services, Inc., 15 EBC 1446, 1992 WL 96206 (Westlaw)(D.D.C. 1992)
Abstracts: Wish you were there. Using the web to study work-related stress. Using the web to study the healthcare sector
Abstracts: Withdrawing from pension plans may carry costly consequences. Why you can't afford to ignore ERISA
Abstracts: With your permission. Travel safety. Driven to distraction
Abstracts: Woman of the moment: Marion Stockley, director of personnel, London Residuary Body. Man of the moment: Peter Jackson
Abstracts: Women-friendly HRM good for QWL: the case of Hong Kong based companies. The performance effects of human resource managers' and other middle managers' involvement in strategy making under different business-level strategies: the case in Hong Kong
Abstracts: Women in trade unions 1998-2003. TUC equality audit 2005: collective bargaining. Disability monitoring guidance for unions
Abstracts: Women need positive action measures, says EOC. Companies to report on diversity. Employers take action on ethnic diversity
Abstracts: Women-only executive development. Consulting today. Harnessing the power of action learning
Abstracts: Women receive the short end when it comes to their retirement pension incomes. Bill could spur fund interest in real estate
Abstracts: Women's management training in a ghetto? Super salaries and training in the city. Customer service training in context
Abstracts: Words in action. 21st Century health & safety. Prescott unveils tough plan to cut deaths and illness
Abstracts: Worker participation in diverse settings: does the form affect the outcome, and if so, who benefits? Does Embeddedness Imply Limits to Within-Country Diversity?
Abstracts: Workers' compensation in California: recent performance and outlook. Ethical considerations in health care benefits administration
Abstracts: Workers rights are civil rights. Organizing Wal-Mart: an anti-union company bests labor. Anatomy of Vermont's livable wage campaign
Abstracts: Workers upgrade skills at training center. Depression. Getting to the top of HR
Abstracts: Work experiences, work adjustment and psychological well-being of expatriate employees in Hong Kong. Women and expatriate work opportunities in Australian organizations
Abstracts: Work/family ideas that break boundaries. Loans help laid-off employees find new careers. 24-hour employees
Abstracts: Work-force cutback decisions of Israeli managers: a test of a strategic model. Creating new business through strategic community management: case study of a multimedia business
Abstracts: Workforce engagement. Building a learning infrastructure. Building a talent pipeline
Abstracts: Workforce of tomorrow II. Work weather update. Unbelievable service
Abstracts: Working arrangements, terms and conditions. Impact of EU Working Time Directive greatest in the UK. William Hill unveils Sunday working arrangements
Abstracts: Working at height. The environment. Reading the signs
Abstracts: Working for an associated company. Problems over disciplinary procedure. How many hours in a working week?
Abstracts: Working in the Community. Tricks and trucks: a case study of organization concepts at work. Volvo: a report on the workshop on production technology and quality of working life
Abstracts: Working mothers under most pressure. Accountants want flexibility. Mixed messages on age law
Abstracts: Working parents proposals raise controversy. Delivering a winning disability programme at B&Q. "Barking or biting" - the DRC's first year
Abstracts: Working through the IRS and DOL voluntary compliance programs. Multiemployer pension plan withdrawal liability
Abstracts: Working time in the UK - stirred not shaken. Diversity characterises employers' use of temporary working. Regulation of land use and product markets restricts competition and keeps productivity low
Abstracts: Working with the organizational grapevine. The upward network. Why I left a good job
Abstracts: Working with your company's code of ethics. Productivity improvement begins today. Communicating creatively in conflict situations
Abstracts: 'Work is a healer' - insurers urge employers 'to get them back'. Occupational health latest figures
Abstracts: Work/life benefits from the multiemployer perspective. Ethics and employee benefits. How employers can reduce the cost of their disability programs
Abstracts: Work/life: it's all about time. Reinventing employee services delivery - on the road to virtual human resources
Abstracts: Workplace accidents--firms face higher insurance costs. Choosing an ergonomics consultant. It pays to invest in ergonomics
Abstracts: Workplace ethics. A question of corporate ethics. Doing what's right
Abstracts: Workplace gloom is universal. Middle managers feel squeezed. Simulations: Slowly proving their worth
Abstracts: Workplace industrial relations 25 years after Donovan: an employer view. Patterns of continuity and change in managerial attitudes and behaviour in industrial relations, 1980-1990
Abstracts: Workplace safety in Atlanta's construction industry: Institutional failure in temporary staffing arrangements
Abstracts: Workplace substance abuse: establish policies. Employee assistance: EAPs are big business. Workplace substance abuse: a proactive approach
Abstracts: Work role stressors and turnover intentions: a study of professional clergy in Hong Kong. The effects of cultural types on perceptions of justice and gender inequity in the workplace
Abstracts: World trade treaty holds surprises. DOL proposal called 'misguided.' (401k deposit rule changes proposed by Department of Labor)
Abstracts: Would you trust your foreign manager? an empirical investigation. Trust and HRM in the new millennium
Abstracts: Writing your own resume. Seven steps to better reports. Making report writing easier
Abstracts: Written reasons for dismissal. Transfers: the European dimension. When does a contract end?
Abstracts: Xers vs. boomers: teamwork or trouble? Legal assistance offers prepaid peace of mind. Would you invite the creator of the Glass Ceiling Commission to inspect your company?
Abstracts: Young ethnic minorities are breaking through the class barrier due to educational achievement. Gender and ethnic pay gap in academia
Abstracts: Your learning technology primer. BT Systems take learning abroad. Emotional barriers to learning
Abstracts: You won. At C-level: Interview: Bill Swanson. Learning is a power tool
Abstracts: Zero tolerance to violence. Figuring out OH. Five ministers join up health strategy to dave 20 billion pounds
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