International Journal of Career Management: Volume 3 Issue 1

Category:

Human Resource Management

Table of contents

A PROFILE OF THE AUSTRALIAN CORPORATE ELITE

Bruce W. Stening, Kalaya Stening

Those who manage the largest corporations in free market economiesare among the most powerful élite groups in those societies,influential in almost all areas of economic…

TURNING POINTS: MATCHING MANAGER DEVELOPMENT TO CAREER CROSSROADS

Anne Evans

Management development needs to be aligned to the career stagereached by each individual, and to make the best use of individualtalents regardless of promotion prospects…

UNTIDY CAREERS: OCCUPATIONAL PROFILES OF RE‐ENTRY WOMEN

E.M. Lemmer

The increasing number of women re‐entering the labour market, afteran interruption in employment primarily for the purpose of familyformation, suggests a need for a career…

CAREER GROWTH: A MODEL AND METHODS FOR CHANGING TIMES

Mark Guterman

As the psychological contract between workers and workplacesundergoes profound change, it is apparent that current models andpractices of career development are rapidly…

ISSN:

0955-6214

Online date, start – end:

1990 – 1995

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited