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. 2, No. 1, January

Bridging the Gender Gap in Business Communications
INTRODUCTION Few changes have affected the business world as much as the increased number of women entering the job market (Epting, Glover, & Boyd, 1994). In particular, the relatively rapid transition away from a predominantly male workforce...
Brother, Can You Spare an Hour on Compuserve?: How the Internet Will Reinvent Corporate Recruiting
INTRODUCTION Today, there is literally a massive rush of traffic rushing onto the Information Superhighway. Millions are logging onto the Internet for the first time, fueling the massive growth of the number of Internet users and sites on the World...
Rethinking the Communication of Employment-at-Will: What to Do?
INTRODUCTION Organizations are currently facing a staffing drought, unlike any that has been seen in recent years. Unemployment rates have fallen, and the numbers of newly created jobs and wage rates have increased while fewer people are entering...
The Benefit of a Good Reputation: An Empirical Analysis
INTRODUCTION Like individuals, organizations are identified in part by the value of their good name. There is growing recognition in the business community that managerial considerations of reputation are no less significant than those involved...
When the Terminator Comes to Work
INTRODUCTION Shortly after being fired, a Tampa, Florida man returned to his former workplace and shot three of his supervisors as they sat eating their lunches. He wounded two others, and then he killed himself. We live in an increasingly violent...