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Career success of immigrant professionals: stock and flow of their career capital
Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to investigate how the interplay between individual and organizational human capital investments may impact on immigrant career success Design/methodology/approach - Analysis is based ...
Minimum wage impacts on older workers: longitudinal estimates from Canada
We use the longitudinal nature of the master file of the Survey of Labour and Income Dynamics in Canada for the period 1993-99 to estimate the employment impacts for older workers of the large number (24) of minimum wage ...
Pay for performance - panacea or Pandora's box? Revisiting an old debate in the current economic environment
New research in neuroeconomics suggests that money may be a more powerful motivator than previously thought, with important implications for incentive pay programs.
The evolution of employee benefits at the Economical Insurance Group
Employee benefit plans can be an important part of an organization's employment deal and can help differentiate one employer from another. This article defines employee benefits as an extensive offering of programs that ...
Career advancement and family balance strategies of executive women
Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to explore coping strategies devised by executive women in family relationships to advance their career and to maintain career/family balance. Design/methodology/approach - A qualitative ...
Workplace response to vacancies and skill shortages in Canada
Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to analyze employer responses to vacancies and skill shortages by adopting certain workplace practices. Design/methodology/approach - Making use of the longitudinal nature of the ...