Employment Issues at Hand
There are several different changes in employment and in employment status that any particular employee could potentially experience. Whereas most people merely consider termination and promotions, there are also lateral ways of moving within an organization. For instance, an employee could get transferred to a different department. Such a move could be potentially positive or negative for an employee, and perhaps produce no impact at all. Employees could still gain -- or lose -- the sort of salary and other professional benefits moving laterally as they could moving vertically in an organization. Additionally, employees can face situations in which they no longer work within an organization because their position has become one in which telecommuting is involved....
If the employee has the requisite skills, he or she can perform his or her job autonomously from a home office with significant professional and personal repercussions. Finally, employees can experience a change in employment status. For example, one can go from a part-time employee to a full time employee, and vice versa. Additionally, it is possible for employees to become a contractor, which is a different employee status from either part-time or full time employment. Such a major change could be positive or negative.
The first step required for the successful preparation of a phone interview is to research the company for which one is applying. Most any professional organization has a web site and a general expectation that any new employees should become acclimated to their organization and its basics. Thus, it is necessary to find out as much about a particular company as one can prior to interviewing with a representative over the phone. The next step then is to find out as much about the position for which one is interviewing. Again, it is best to do so in the context…
At the level of the individual worker, motivation and job satisfaction among other things, generate a sense of security and confidence. Moreover, it offers them the opportunity for flexibility where they are able to apply varied approaches in meeting work requirements (Adeyinka et al., 2007, pp. 3-15). This makes the work environment interesting thus providing the employees with the pleasure and urge to facing their day-to-day lives at the workplace.
workers engaging in eldercare-related activities are prone to suffer from stress-related factors and workplace absenteeism as opposed to non-caregiving workers. This hypothesis was confirmed by Lee in her study; 67 employees from a financial institution were interviewed while questionnaires were administered to 169 workers from a healthcare institution. Caregivers from study 1 were prone to absenteeism as well as incidences of insomnia, weight loss and tiredness. The second study
American today, works more that an American worker of even a generation ago. A 1999 Government report stated that workers worked 8% more hours than the previous generation. This translates to an average workweek of 47 hours. Twenty percent of workers today work more than 49 hours. The work place has been constantly changing -- the revolution from agronomies to industrialization having had its origins in the industrial revolution.
Job Satisfaction There is a distinct difference between job satisfaction and organizational commitment. Job satisfaction relates specifically to the job. While this is influenced by organizational factors, the job itself can be satisfactory even when there is little commitment to the organization. Either one can be a source of motivation, but it is important for management of an organization to know which dynamic is at play, and which one might be
Job Outsourcing T Persuasive Speech Outline -- Job Outsourcing The Bureau of Labor Statistics, in March 2012, reported that the country's present unemployment rate is at 8.2% where 42.5% came from the long-term unemployed or those jobless for 27 weeks or more. This rate, although decreasing from March 2010's almost 10%, can still be seen as relatively high. An issue being looked into in addressing unemployment is the outsourcing of jobs. The United
Workers Over 65 Today, many workers who hit retirement age are opting to keep working. Many factors contribute to this fact: economics, changes in retirement age, continuing need for personal achievement, and employers' need and desire to keep older workers on the job. In today's economy, many workers simply cannot afford to retire (Hawthorne, 2003). At the same time, the age for eligibility for Social Security retirement benefits will eventually climb