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EXPLORING AN EXTENDED WORKING LIFE FOR TEACHERS - A qualitative study
Purpose: The purpose of the present study is to explore the possibility of an extended working life for teachers and to understand how organisations can work to encourage an extended working life for teachers. Theory: In ...
Downsizing in crisis - A comparative study on downsizing processes in Greece during the financial crisis
Downsizing is a subject increasingly studied during the last decades and from many different perspectives. However, the major part of the literature involves research during periods of economic stability. The special ...
MORE THAN JUST COFFEE & COPYING: A QUALITATIVE STUDY OF CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF INTERNS’ FRUSTRATION
Located within the fields of motivation and coping, this report examines the phenomenon of internship frustration to explore its major causes and consequences. The qualitative study relies on 181 internship reports and ...
Development of HRM Development of HRM Practices in SMEs A Case Study from the Founders and CEOs’ Point of View
During formatives years, small firms have relies on various types of network in recruitment. Although the firms in this study had instability in profits, they have provided formal training since in the formative years. ...
The role of HRM in intraorganisational knowledge sharing
A company’s ability to share knowledge within an organisation is believed to strengthen its competitiveness since knowledge sharing provides a company with a fundament for developing employee competencies and thus with an ...