Career Development International: Volume 6 Issue 1

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Table of contents

The realistic downsizing preview: a management intervention in the prevention of survivor syndrome (part II)

Steven H. Appelbaum, Magda Donia

While downsizing has become an increasingly popular organizational tool in the achievement and/or maintenance of competitiveness and increased productivity, the negative…

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The influence of job and career attitudes on learning motivation and transfer

Eddie W.L. Cheng, Danny C.K. Ho

This article examines a parsimonious model that specifies the effects of job involvement and career commitment on learning motivation and learning transfer, using structural…

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A case study of women academics’ views on equal opportunities, career prospects and work‐family conflicts in a UK university

Nick Forster

This paper reports on the views that women academics have about their career prospects, equal opportunities and the conflicts they experience between their work and personal lives…

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Examining sources of influence on employee turnover in the part‐time work context

Kenneth McBey, Leonard Karakowsky

Extensive research has examined sources of influence on employee turnover in the full‐time work context. Far less research attention has been given to addressing sources of…

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Consultant or entrepreneur? Demystifying the “war for talent”

Stephen A. Stumpf, Walter G. Tymon

The “War for Talent” has made the cover of Fortune Magazine as well as being a top agenda item for the leadership of professional service firms – from McKinsey to the three Bs…

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CEO tenure in nonprofit community‐based organizations: a multiple case study

Joseph C. Santora, James C. Sarros

This study focused on the issue of CEO tenure in three non‐profit community‐based organizations – each with an at least 25‐year long CEO tenure – located in two US northeastern…

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Cover of Career Development International

ISSN:

1362-0436

Online date, start – end:

1996

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Merged from:

Executive Development

Editor:

  • Dr Jennifer A. Harrison