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Restructuring the American workplace

Restructuring the American workplace

implications for the public sector

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Published by Labor Education and Research Center, University of Oregon in Eugene, Or .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Labor -- United States -- History -- 1945-,
  • Work environment -- United States -- History -- 1945-,
  • Management -- Employee participation -- United States,
  • Labor productivity -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby Ray Marshall ... [et al.]
    SeriesLERC monograph series -- issue no. 11.
    ContributionsMarshall, F. Ray.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 138 p. ;
    Number of Pages138
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16318587M
    OCLC/WorldCa28874612

    This book is a good introduction not only to the history of America’s temp industry and the successful tactics the industry used to become a sizable sector of American employment, but also to how the industry fundamentally changed America’s corporate culture to the point where having temps in one’s office, from the private sector to the. Corporate Restructuring – Introduction & Concepts 2. Mergers and Amalgamations – Legal and Procedural Aspects 3. Economic and Competition Law Aspects of Mergers and Amalgamations 4. Accounting Aspects of Amalgamations 5. Financial, Stamp Duty and Taxation Aspects of Amalgamation 6.

      The Hardcover of the No Fear Management: Rebuilding Trust, Performance and Commitment in the New American Workplace by Harry Chambers, Robert Craft, Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your : In Turbulence in the American Workplace, a distinguished group of experts forcefully and convincingly argue that the human resources capacity of the private sector is the first line of defense against turbulence and is of equal importance to public sector education and .

    Looks at the effects of downsizing on firm performance. Describes some of the approaches companies have taken to avoid involuntary layoffs and to restructure responsibly. Provides guidelines on how to begin responsible restructuring to produce competitive companies and committed workers. (source: Nielsen Book Data). The U.S. government’s Work in America report received national acclaim and front-page coverage in media across the United States when it was published 30 years ago. In The New American Workplace, the long-awaited follow-up to the bestselling Work in America, authors James O’Toole and Edward E. Lawler III provide a comprehensive, authoritative picture of the state of the .


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“The New American Workplace provides a compelling account of the pressures for change in the workplace and how they are playing out for employers and employees.” ― Peter Cappelli, Editor of The Academy of Management Executive and Director of the Center for Human Resources, The Wharton SchoolCited by:   Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Restructuring the American workplace by Marshall, Ray., Labor Education and Research Center edition, in English. The American Faculty: The Restructuring of Academic Work and Careers [Schuster, Jack H., Finkelstein, Martin J.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The American Faculty: The Restructuring of Academic Work and CareersCited by: In assembling Working in Restructured Workplaces, we have reprinted Work and Occupations articles and commissioned several new ones that address the nature, causes, and consequences of workplace restructuring.

3 We organized the chapters according to four broad themes that suggest new directions for research in the sociology of work. Because of the magnitude of the workplace restructuring this time around, more people have been affected (both those who were retrenched as well as those who were left behind).

According to Vermeulen,“Downsizing” is a term that emerged in managerial circles and was used in the business press, but no precise theoretical formulation. Workplace Restructuring Artic 12, 13 and 28 VA/AFGE Master Agreement: Workplace Restructuring 2 Agenda • Objectives • Discussion Topics – Arti Contracting Out – Arti Details and Temporary Promotions – Arti Reassignment, Shift Changes and Relocations – Arti Reductions in Force.

Restructuring is a type of corporate action taken when significantly modifying the debt, operations or structure of a company as a means of potentially eliminating financial harm and improving the. By Connie Bertram, Katharine Parker, Guy Brenner and Daniel Davis on October 4, Posted in Wage and Hour, Workplace Policies and Procedures, Workplace Restructuring and WARN On October 1,the federal government shut down for the first time in seventeen years.

As part of the recent series of interviews on the crisis of American unions and workers today, hosted by Dr. Rasmus, on the radio show, Alternative Visions, on the Progressive Radio Network, Dr. Rasmus reproduces below the article-except below, ‘Restructuring the AFL-CIO, that concluded his book, THE WAR AT HOME: THE CORPORATE OFFENSIVE.

Guardian Careers Coping with stress: a survival guide to restructuring and redundancy at work Change in the workplace is inevitable but can cause employees : Mandy Rutter.

Paul Miller, DWG’s CEO and Founder, highlighted this restructuring as his “super prediction” forarguing that: “Organizations continue to structure themselves – spurred on (in part) through digital workplace innovation”.

Paul says that he is starting to see more examples of this happening, and that the impact can be profound. Work Restructuring, Well-Being and Firm Performance WP Page 2.

Executive Summary Effects of Work Restructuring On Employee Well -Being and Firm Performance: Evidence from Telecommunications Services Multivariate analyses that control for variation in workplace and demographic characteristicsAuthor: Rosemary Batt.

Restructuring in organizations has a mainly negative effect on the welfare of employees regardless of whether there are job losses, according to a new study. Moyers book is available in PDF if you just google it.

However, I would highly suggest buying the Moyers book if you're going to buy at least one DD book - it's extremely useful. Another good option I'm currently on is "Corporate Financial Distress and Bankruptcy" by Altman. For further suggestions, just look at the reading list on. Restructuring can leave retained staff feeling insecure it’s not too surprising to discover that changes in the workplace can be difficult to deal with.

Nielsen said restructuring is a. We found that restructuring events, with and without staff reductions, mainly have a negative impact on the well-being of employees. The majority of.

Law firms typically publish information on covenant analysis, which often plays a key role in the restructuring process. I'd recommend checking those out, the materials below, and the phenomenal Distressed Debt Investing blog. * Distressed Debt.

Get this from a library. Turbulence in the American workplace. [Peter B Doeringer;] -- Turbulence--rapid and sometimes tumultuous changes--has characterized the labor markets of the 's and 's.

Turbulent competitive conditions have cut sharply into profits and have forced. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

After the fiscal crisis ofNew York underwent an economic, social, and political restructuring. This restructuring was strongly influenced by the financial elite and guided by a new political coalition in the context of an increasingly interdependent world economy and the rise of neoconservatism in American national politics.

Corporate restructuring is the process of reorganizing the ownership and legal operational structures of a company in order to make it more profitable, so that it is better organized than at present. It is corporate management's term for the act of partially dismantling and reorganizing a company in order to make it more efficient and therefore.According to the latest Gallup report on the American Workplace, a record 47% of the workforce says now is a good time to find a quality job, and more than half .American Association of University Professors Nineteenth Street, NW, Suite Washington, DC Phone: [email protected]