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Evaluating Conflict between Employees: Exploring the Costs to an Organization

David Cross, Scott Burrus, Melanie Shaw
2014 International Journal of Aviation, Aeronautics, and Aerospace  
These researchers were followed by many other researchers between the late 1970s through the new millennium, who examined the intersection between management styles and outcomes of conflict negotiations  ...  Research in the area of conflict negotiation within organizations is typically centered on how conflicts occur in the workplace.  ... 
doi:10.15394/ijaaa.2014.1005 fatcat:jg3rn4ufibbodczyz33fu5ii4e

WORK PLACE ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT EFFECTS ON EMPLOYEES' PERFORMANCE IN NIGERIA TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS

Ezenwakwelu, Charity A., Department of ManagementUniversity of Nigeria, Enugu Campus
2018 International Journal of Management and Economics Invention  
The study examines workplace environment management effects on employees' performance in Nigeria tertiary institutions.  ...  The study seeks to assess how workplace motivation affects employee productivity, ascertain the workplace norms that influence employee behaviour, assess the extent of the relationship between workplace  ...  The authors also acknowledge the respondents from the academia and administrative staff of the tertiary institutions concerned, who provided useful information.  ... 
doi:10.31142/ijmei/v4i10.04 fatcat:wq6tphp6knhtzmtl4nl2l5bdhy

Condoning stereotyping? How awareness of stereotyping prevalence impacts expression of stereotypes

Michelle M. Duguid, Melissa C. Thomas-Hunt
2015 Journal of Applied Psychology  
Within organizations, managers should take note that the degree to which negotiators are motivated to work against these biased expectations can significantly impact the negotiation outcomes of negotiators  ...  Overall, managers need to take a serious look at these findings and work on their policies to ensure that negative stereotypes play a smaller role at the workplace.  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0037908 pmid:25314368 fatcat:5ftj2qutdfhp3pzoke6bhc4d4e

Alternative Dispute Resolution in SMEs in the Construction Industry in Masvingo Urban, Zimbabwe

Tafara Herbert Tavengahama, Nhamo Mashavira, Takupiwa Nyanga, Chakanaka Ernest Muchadenyika
2020 Ushus - Journal of Business Management  
The study revealed that collective bargaining and negotiation are the main ADR methods used in the SMEs while conciliation and arbitration are utilized externally at NEC and the ministry of labour.  ...  It was also noted that most SMEs do not have established ADR structures and collective bargaining and negotiation had an impact on employee performance.  ...  (When disputes arise at our workplaces, they are resolved through the NEC and Ministry of Labour at the instance of the workers).  ... 
doi:10.12725/ujbm.50.2 fatcat:ekudz3wim5cqni25fxlrdkvtgi

What Constitutes Best Practice in Safety Learning following Workplace Safety Events? A Literature Review based on Social Constructionism

Samaher T. Zaky, Mani Pillay
2017 Journal of Economics Business and Management  
Index Terms-Safety learning from incidents, Safety management, Social construction framework, Workplace accidents.  ...  Learning from incidents is an important aspect of safety negotiation within the social construction framework.  ...  PCBSI is a symbolic reward system (may not be monetary) that aims to establish an effective methodology to motivate workers participation in the workplace safety through anticipatory and self-initiated  ... 
doi:10.18178/joebm.2017.5.1.481 fatcat:mqi2hirc75dhtadnqjcyn75jsi

Epistemological agency: a necessary action-in-context perspective on new employee workplace learning

Ray Smith
2006 Studies in Continuing Education  
The paper further suggests these mediating factors constitute a workplace learning agenda that comprises the priorities of the new employees' actions at work.  ...  That is, they are necessarily engaged in the practice of personally managing the diversity of factors that mediate their construction of knowledge.  ...  They manage their learning by managing themselves and their contexts through the mediations that are their actions at work.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01580370600947553 fatcat:5wp4cklhonfbndqvs3a6kcdr4a

A head with two tales: trade unions' influence on temporary agency work in Belgian and German workplaces

Valeria Pulignano, Nadja Doerflinger
2013 International Journal of Human Resource Management  
The paper investigates local trade union influence on temporary agency work in four Belgian and German workplaces.  ...  Societal differences between systems of workplace representation and the different structures of collective bargaining are used to explain the heterogeneity of local union practices and their effect on  ...  We thank the editors of the special issue and the anonymous referees for their valuable comments.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09585192.2013.845446 fatcat:lvudcbcz2bcm7jjqzysbxmgc5a

The Effects of Organizational Change on Worker Well-Being and the Moderating Role of Trade Unions

Alex Bryson, Erling Barth, Harald Dale-Olsen
2013 Industrial & labor relations review  
The authors find that jobrelated anxiety is ameliorated when employees work in a unionized workplace and are involved in the introduction of the changes.  ...  Nationally representative data consist of 13,500 employees in 1,238 workplaces. Organizational changes are associated with increased job-related anxiety and lower job satisfaction.  ...  Face-to-face interviews were conducted with the manager responsible for employment relations at each given workplace. The response rate was 64%.  ... 
doi:10.1177/001979391306600410 fatcat:cbp7sqiumzfp7k3iaxmzpbsuhu

A reasonable negotiation? Workplace‐based unionists' subjectivities, wage negotiations, and the day‐to‐day life of an ethical‐political project

Thomas McNamara
2021 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute  
Building upon the anthropology of trade unionism, I detail how tangible solidarities within a workplace shape unions' ethical-political projects; and argue that subjectivation through union ideologies  ...  This article analyses how, through adopting responsibility for their co-workers' livelihoods, workplace-based unionists shaped Zambian mining capitalism.  ...  Management told the branch executives to update miners on the negotiations. (Union policy disallowed discussing negotiations without HR's permission.)  ... 
doi:10.1111/1467-9655.13420 fatcat:tu3wxkuaana3dcepdpr3zfluq4

Project-based Learning: Promoting Meaningful Language Learning for Workplace Skills

Faridah Musa, Norlaila Mufti, Rozmel Abdul Latiff, Maryam Mohamed Amin
2011 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
It is hoped that this study will equip Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia students with the necessary 21 st century workplace skills.  ...  This preliminary study was conducted to find out to what extent project based learning (PjBL) facilitates the transference and inculcation of workplace related skills.  ...  Workplace Skills' (Project code : UKM-PTS-122-2010).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2011.05.027 fatcat:eymzvscwtrcovnjmajo4ilbnta

The process and impact of workplace change: a business unit in the NSW public hospital sector

Nadine White
2002 Australian Health Review  
The following sections will discuss the development and implementation of a performance management system, using an informal workplace consultation and negotiation mechanism.  ...  tool it has had an ongoing impact on managers, employees and the workplace.  ...  opportunities, the performance management system did not impact on the fifth objective -that is, motivation of employees -other than through the direct recognition of employee efforts in the workplace  ... 
doi:10.1071/ah020101 pmid:12136550 fatcat:gl3o3xezbre4pdlprqvrtjfpzu

Using Activity Theory to Understand How People Learn to Negotiate the Conditions of Work

Helena Worthen
2008 Mind, Culture, and Activity  
At many workplaces in the United States, negotiation has saved neither the business nor the job.  ...  One of the biggest challenges is to get the students who are assigned management roles to look at the way they have organized their knowledge about their workplace and re-map it from a management perspective  ... 
doi:10.1080/10749030802391385 fatcat:oeczc2c3v5br7oabzpdyezjrim

One Company, Four Factories: Coordinating Employment Flexibility Practices with Local Trade Unions

Marta Kahancová
2007 European journal of industrial relations  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I thank Marc van der Meer, Jelle Visser, Nina Bandelj, the journal's editor and the anonymous referees for helpful comments on earlier drafts.  ...  The Netherlands Science Foundation provided a grant for data collection in Belgium, which I gratefully acknowledge.  ...  The union's control over flexibility is limited, both by the law and through informal EHU rules shaped by workplace management-union relations.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0959680107073968 fatcat:znv3krgaljesjfrsggij3v7o6y

Co-construction of Knowledge in Work-Integrated E-learning Courses in Joint Industry-University Collaboration

Monika Hattinger, Kristina Eriksson
2018 International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning  
interactivity, and 3) Real workplace cases do not stimulate e-learning, but motivate strong work-integrated learning and knowledge expansion.  ...  The study is part of a longitudinal joint industry-university project. Eleven courses were analyzed through focus group sessions with 110 practitioners from 15 different companies.  ...  It is an extended and modified version of a paper presented at ICELW 2018, the Eleventh Annual International Conference on E-learning in the Workplace, held from June 13-15, 2018 in New York.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijac.v11i1.9152 fatcat:2h2ckwz7argdfmh6bcvzdfqxyq

Workplace Flexibility across the Lifespan [chapter]

P. Matthijs Bal, Paul G. W. Jansen
2016 Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management  
Therefore, workplace flexibility may be investigated as an outcome of a process where organizations and workers negotiate and find agreement in the ways work is distributed, conducted, and managed, through  ...  Flexibility, therefore, may contribute to both motivation to work (i.e., motivation to remain employed at higher ages) and motivation at work (i.e., motivation within a specific job), as long as flexibility  ... 
doi:10.1108/s0742-730120160000034009 fatcat:45fzktbkjrc5tc7rnauyqbhkki
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