International Journal of Career Management: Volume 2 Issue 2

Category:

Human Resource Management

Table of contents

A FRAMEWORK FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF CAREER INTERESTS

James Athanasou

A model of vocational interests based on actual work‐tasks isdescribed for practitioners. It is suggested that a things versus peopleand data versus ideas dimension is…

CAREER MANAGEMENT AND THE CAREER PRODUCT: SUCCESS IN GRADUATE RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION

Peter Hawkins, Ian Barclay

A high proportion of graduates expect to leave their first employerwithin four years or less, many using their first appointment as a“stepping stone”. Graduate retention…

USING THE NEXT GENERATION OF ASSESSMENT CENTRE TECHNOLOGY FOR SKILL DIAGNOSIS

Stephen A. Stumpf

The techniques used in assessment centres business tasks, roleplays, group discussion problems, in‐baskets, interviews – are nowbeing integrated into realistic situations…

OUTPLACEMENT IN AUSTRALIA

Paul Stevens

The need for, and the establishment of, a worklife counsellingservice in Australia is outlined. Initially set up for individuals maderedundant one organisation is now…

ISSN:

0955-6214

Online date, start – end:

1990 – 1995

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited