International Journal of Career Management: Volume 4 Issue 3

Category:

Human Resource Management

Table of contents

TECHNICAL AND MANAGERIAL CAREER PATHS: AN UNRESOLVED DILEMMA

Beryl Hesketh, Dianne Gardner, Dianne Lissner

Reports a study aimed at using fuzzy ratings to examine therelationship of satisfaction to the fit between career path preferencesand perceived career path opportunities…

RETURN TO STUDY AS MATURE STUDENTS: SINGLE AND MARRIED MOTHERS′ MOTIVES

Catherine Scott, Ailsa Burns, George Cooney

Explores motives for return to study amongst a sample of single andmarried mothers who had graduated from four Australian universities asmature students, using a modified…

THE DOWNSIDE OF DOWNSIZING: RETAINING THE PRODUCTIVITY EDGE IN AN AGE OF RESTRUCTURING

Mark S. Guterman

As organizations restructure and downsize to remain competitive,there are a number of short and long range consequences that impact onorganizational effectiveness and…

FRESHMAN ATTITUDES TOWARDS MANUFACTURING CAREERS

Marilyn M. Helms, Ken R. Adcock

An exploratory case study examines attitudes and career aspirationsof college freshmen. Findings indicate that students show almost nointerest in pursuing manufacturing…

CAREER DEVELOPMENT PRACTICES IN SELECTED AUSTRALIAN ORGANIZATIONS

Alistair Rylatt, Janelle Moy

Reports a study of 245 Australian organizations which finds that52.7 per cent claim they have a career development system. Thiscomprehensive analysis examines the reasons…

ISSN:

0955-6214

Online date, start – end:

1990 – 1995

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited