Please update your browser

You're using a version of Internet Explorer that isn't supported by Questia.
To get a better experience, go to one of these sites and get the latest
version of your preferred browser:

Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications and Conflict

Semiannual journal publishes theoretical and empirical works in business oriented areas of organizational communications and behavior, conflict resolution, and human resources management.

Articles from Vol. 8, No. 2, July

A Meeting Planning Project: A Major Component in Developing Teamwork and Collaborative Writing Skills
ABSTRACT This document studies and determines if students are being provided with skills necessary to succeed in business and teamwork, collaborative writing, and group projects. The study was performed at a state supported Mid-Atlantic University...
An Empirical Study of Students' Perspectives on English-Only Policies in U.S. Work Environments
ABSTRACT English-only policies in U.S. companies have been questioned in recent years. Some employers feel that English-only policies increase efficiency, promote effective communication, and improve employee relations. Employees whose first language...
Assessing Health Insurance Plan Quality: Survey Development and Research Agenda
ABSTRACT Researchers exploring theoretical relationships involving benefit satisfaction, attitudes toward the company providing the benefits, and general attitudes toward the health care industry have not considered how attitudes toward the industry...
Between Expectation and Behavioral Intent: A Model of Trust
ABSTRACT In recent years trust has drawn a great deal of attention from both business practitioners and scholars. Few constructs have been defined in so many different ways resulting in much confusion. Numerous studies have looked at interpersonal...
Communicating with Multiple Stakeholders: Building Effective University Web Sites
ABSTRACT Most organizations use their Web sites to communicate in some way with their stakeholders. For-profit companies use their Web sites to sell products and services, not-for-profit organizations use their Web sites to communicate with their...
Communication and Miscommunication in Corporate America: Evidence from Fortune 200 Firms
ABSTRACT The purpose of this study was to investigate the perceptions of vice presidents of Fortune 200 companies concerning selected communication practices and miscommunication in their companies. To accunulate relevant data, an appropriate questionnaire...
Creativity in the Workplace: Management's Responsibility for Positive Communications
ABSTRACT Communicating ideas and visions accurately within an organization is critical to the organization's success. Many methods to transmit the desired information are available to facilitate effective communication. Managers need to be aware...
The Organizational Benefits of Reducing Cyberslacking in the Workplace
ABSTRACT Cyberslacking describes the activities involved in wasting time on the internet while people are supposedly at work. Activities include visiting pornographic sites and news sites, shopping, stock trading, vacation planning, gambling, and...
Writing Your Way into a Job: How Effective Use of the E Nglish Language Can Make or Break the Job Search
ABSTRACT This paper provides job-seekers with seven ways to write better cover letters and resumes through effective use of English. Techniques for writing effective cover letters and resumes are discussed, with special attention given to writing...