International Journal of Career Management: Volume 5 Issue 1

Category:

Human Resource Management

Table of contents

CAREER MOTIVATION OF FULL‐ AND PART‐TIME WORKERS IN MID AND LATE CAREER

Manuel London

Examines relationships between employment status (working full‐ orpart‐time), age, gender, and career motivation variables (careerresilience, insight, identity and desire…

SPACE TRAVEL AND HABITATION: EXERCISE SCIENCE CAREER IMPLICATIONS

Edward T. Turner, Paul L. Gaskill

The advent of space travel and long‐term space dwelling hasprecipitated the need for the development of Space Exercise Science.Because of the uniqueness of weightlessness…

MENTORING: CHOICES FOR INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS

Charles Jackson

While there is some evidence that mentoring is a popular careerdevelopment intervention in Britain, it is often unclear just what anorganizational mentoring programme…

CAREER DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE STRATEGIES

Paul Stevens

Describes organizational interventions employers can use tostimulate employees taking up responsibility for developing their owncareers. Illustrates a range of career…

TELECOMMUTING AND EMPLOYEE EFFECTIVENESS: CAREER AND MANAGERIAL ISSUES

Phillip C. Wright, Adrienne Oldford

Telecommuting takes the concept of decentralization to its furthestdegree. Managerial careers change, in that facilitation and the abilityto service employees become the…

ISSN:

0955-6214

Online date, start – end:

1990 – 1995

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited