• Gh- Spaced Out
    there are differences between employee participation and employee involvement. The literature suggests that employee participation is a pluralist/collective approach with a continuum from ‘no involvement’ to ‘employee control’ (Blyton & Turnbull, 1998). As such it may involve processes and mechanisms...
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  • Article on Hrm
    initiative for organisations to adopt. Employee Relations Vol. 25 No. 3, 2003 pp. 262-280 q MCB UP Limited 0142-5455 DOI 10.1108/01425450310475856 Introduction The involvement of line managers[1] in human resource management (HRM) has always been noted in the literature (Guest, 1987; Legge...
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  • Employee Engagement
    . Books and the internet were used. LITERATURE REVIEW One of the first challenges presented by the literature is the lack of a universal definition of employee engagement. Kahn (1990:694) defines employee engagement as “the harnessing of organization members’ selves to their work roles; in...
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  • Research Project
    Part 2. Business Research Proposal The Influences of Thai culture on Employee Involvement Background The current development of international economic cooperation is characterized by the growing integration of countries in the field of economy. At the same time, the process of globalization...
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  • High Work Performance System
    systems.” SKOPE Research Paper No 29, University of Warwick. 20. Freeman, Richard B. and Morris M. Kleiner. (2000). "Who Benefits Most from Employee Involvement: Firms or Workers?" American Economic Review 90 (May): pp 219-223. 21. Godard, J (2004). “A critical assessment of the high performance...
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  • Hr Practice Affecting Organizational Behavior
    tested that derived from a review of the literature by integrating theory and research relating to staffing, training, involvement and participation of employees, performance appraisal, compensation and their relationship with organizational performance. Figure-1: Conceptual framework of...
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    and flexible production systems in the world auto industry’. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 48: 2, 197–221. Mackie, K.S., Holahan, C.K. and Gottlieb, N.H. (2001). ‘Employee involvement management practices, work stress, and depression in employees of a human services residential care facility...
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  • Four Leadership
    Introduction Firstly, this literature review essay will critique and strengths, weaknesses and omissions of French (1948) ,Bartol (1998),Coch(1948), Tannenbaum (1958) and Martin (1998) articles on the leadership traits of a participative leadership. Secondly, this literature review essay will...
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  • The Introduction of Employee Involvement
    relationship between Employee Involvement and Workplace Dispute Resolution, Relations Industrielles / Industrial Relations, 59(4), pp. 681-704. FREEMAN, R.B. and KLEINER, M.M., 2000. Who Benefits Most from Em-ployee Involvement: Firms or Workers?, American Economic Review, 90(2), pp. 219-223. Gennard...
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  • Employment Relationship
    different dimensions of employee and employer relationship in different cultures. There is a significant impact of surrounding environment and culture over any practice undertaken by a business organization. In this context, the literature review presents some crucial views of different authors and...
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  • strategic management
    : integrating theory and practice”, Academy of Management Review, Vol. 13 No. 3, pp. 471-82. Cooper, R. (1973), “Task characteristics and intrinsic motivation”, Human Relations, Vol. 26, August, pp. 387-408. Cotton, J. (1993), Employee Involvement, Sage, Newbury Park, CA. Cunningham, I., Hyman, J...
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  • Managing People in Organisaions
    . (1975). Relationship of job involvement to perceived importance and satisfaction of employee needs. International Review of Applied Psychology, 24 (1), 49-59. Keniston, K. (1957). Alienation and the decline of utopia. The American Scholar, 29, 164. Kerlinger, F.N. (1986). Foundations of Behavioral...
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  • John
    , employee involvement, employee training, employee empowerment, supplier quality management, process improvement, service design, quality improvement rewards, benchmarking, and cleanliness and organization. Through the comprehensive review of the TQM literature, the present study identified a set of 17 TQM...
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  • Job Analysis
    involvement. This research adds to the empirical literature regarding the effects of HRM practices, in particular the impacts on job involvement within private companies in Jordan. The following section reviews the relevant literature on human resource management practices, job involvement, and...
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    academic literature have been linked to organisational performance, climate and commitment (Dundon et al., 2004); employee satisfaction and industrial citizenship (Bishop and Levine, 1999); and high involvement workplaces and high performance work systems (Boxall and Purcell, 2003). It is the work of...
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  • Job Satisfaction
    interests. The outcome of the analysis pointed out that the service approach reflecting the magnitude of employee development derived employee outcomes such as 30 Chapter – 2 Literature Review efficiency and productivity and employee job satisfaction. The outcomes of employees due to such...
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  • Consumer Perception
    one’s present job is also different from an organizational commitment which refers to a general attitude toward an organization as a whole (Kanungo, 1982: 342) Based on this literature review the aim of this research is to analyze the effect of job involvement on organizational commitment (Figure 1...
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  • Annotated Bibliography: Workplace Absenteeism or Anxiety and Depression
    Five as predictors to absenteeism. Thus, it allows me to associate other research findings to this article and help build the structure of ideas in my literature review. (392 words) 5. Sagie, A. (1998). Employee Absenteeism, Organizational Commitment, and Job Satisfaction: Another Look...
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  • Employee Relations
    Firstly, the literature review will begin with the use of source 1, books; this source will give an expert outlook from highly respected authors and academic professionals. This will include different perspectives, approaches and definitions of “what employee relations is”. “Employee relations is...
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  • Organizational Behavior
    organizational commitment having been defined by Bolon in 1993. Affective commitment is defined as the emotional attachment, identification, and involvement that an employee has with its organization and goals (Mowday et al, 1997, Meyer& Allen, 1993; O’Reily & Chatman). Porter et al (1974) further...
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