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Articles from Vol. 49, No. 1, January/February

Dealing Effectively with Unions
EXECUTIVE SUMMARYThe key to better labor relations is not taking the union representative golfing, it's having a good working relationship with each and every employee. Regardless of the current state of the relationship between your organization, your...
Governance: The Rising Role of NGOs
EXECUTIVE SUMMARYThe 21st century will largely be defined by the relationship and interplay among traditional governments, multinational corporations, and nongovernmental organizations. During the next few decades, advancements in governance will unfold...
Macroegronomics for Better Work Systems
EXECUTIVE SUMMARYFor ergonomics to realize its full potential, it must integrate organizational design and management factors into its practice. Macroergonomics is a sociotechnical systems approach to the overall design of work systems. Its goal is to...
So You Want Change
Change is difficult. It is difficult for those individuals who experience direct change in their lives and for those around them who are affected by it. Change can be seen as intimidating or as an opportunity. Unfortunately, even when change is positive,...
The Cost of Employee Turnover
EXECUTIVE SUMMARYEmployee turnover is costly. In addition to replacement fees, there are hidden costs such as productivity loss, workplace safety issues, and morale damage. An improved selection process that assesses candidates' turnover risk and motivational...
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