Management Anxiety Exposed despite Economic Recovery
Managers' angst has reached an all time high in the post recession economy.
That's the key findings of Survival of the fittest a major new research report by the Institute of Management (IM) and Clerical Medical Investment Group -- which examined over 1,300 managers' current experiences of, and attitudes to, work. Personal expectations of improved job security, reduced stress and an end to excessive working hours have failed to materialise. The recession 'survival strategy', adopted by many organisations, has resulted in negative effects on employment conditions, including:
* Career direction changes for almost 50 percent of managers.
Almost 40 percent said that …
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Publication information: Article title: Management Anxiety Exposed despite Economic Recovery. Contributors: Not available. Magazine title: Management Services. Volume: 40. Issue: 2 Publication date: February 1996. Page number: 3. © Institute of Management Services Autumn 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.