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Facilitating class discussions around current and controversial issues: ten recommendations for teachers
(Taylor & Francis, 2008)
Facilitating productive class discussions is one of the most challenging tasks facing college educators, especially when potentially divisive issues are discussed. The author shares ten recommendations derived from teaching ...
Becoming a leader: the challenge of modesty for women
Purpose - While the number of women in managerial positions has been increasing, the gender composition of top management teams is skewed. There are barriers and obstacles in place that limit the movement of women into ...
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.
Overeducated Immigrants in the Canadian labour market: evidence from the workplace and employee survey
(University of Toronto Press, 2008)
This paper addresses the overeducation of recent immigrants in the Canadian labour market. Data from the 1999 Workplace and Employee Survey are used to explore the determinants and earnings consequences of overeducation. ...
The drunkard's search: looking for 'HRM' in all the wrong places
(Springer Verlag, 2008)
Specific concerns have been raised about the ontologies and epistemologies that have dominated HRM research and the concomitant ubiquity of positivistic research methodologies. These concerns have also given rise to calls ...
Work intensity: potential antecedents and consequences
Purpose - The purpose of this exploratory research is to examine the relationship of a measure of work intensity with potential antecedents and consequences. Design/methodology/approach - A questionnaire was developed and ...