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Had you IT career turned out as you expected? In an IT Dojo poll, 76 percent of respondents reported their IT career being the same as or better than they initially predicted. by Bill Detwiler Tags : Job , Information Technology , Job Satisfaction , Professional Development , Recruitment & Selection , Strategy , Career , Human Resources , Workforce Management , Management , Bill Detwiler Blog posts 2008-06-27 Job satisfaction is a balancing act. A friend and colleague of mine just announced his resignation as CIO of his organization and has accepted a sweet position as CIO of another similar organization same industry where not ...
businesses. Amex cards account for approximately 24% of the total dollar volume of credit card transactions in the US, the highest of any card issuer. 1 2 BusinessWeek and Interbrand ranked American Express as the 22nd most valuable brand in the world, estimating the brand to be worth US$ 14.97 billion. Fortune listed Amex as one of the top 30 Most Admired Companies in the World. 3 The New York Times reports it has a 91% Satisfaction rank. : There are tags on this page, but the references will not show without a tag.
Committed: Superhero Job Satisfaction | Comics Should Be Good ...
Superheroes don't get career choices. They're beings with powers which dictate what they'll do. Unlike us, with our grab bag of vague skills and strengths, we're asked to believe that having a super power is so overwhelming that it forces people into one specific career. They must be vigilantes, living outside of society's rules... Really? Personally I'm not convinced that having an extra sense or strength would be enough to get me off the couch, let alone loitering in dark alleys to fight crime. Realistically, if I had Aquaman 's ability to telepathically communicate with sea creatures, or ... market research, surveys and trends
McArthur's Rant - Human Resources, Organisations and HR 2.0: Job ...
Personnel Today says... "It's hard not to love a blog with 'rant' in the title - even before you start reading...this is a well laid out and attractive blog, with good content and links to a wide range of blogs and sites elsewhere" Research published by The Conference Board reports that Americans of all ages and income brackets continue to grow increasingly unhappy at work. These findings compliment research by others in Europe in the UK and represent a long-term trend that should be a red flag to employers. The report, found only 45 percent of those surveyed say they are satisfied with their jobs, ... market research, surveys and trends


HR Morale Survey Measures Employee Satisfaction
Although it's human nature to complain, Carnegie Mellon employees are generally satisfied with their work environment. So say the results of last summer's university-wide survey measuring staff morale. Thirty-one percent (771) of the university's 2,485 staff members completed the 150-question, online survey produced by Human Resources and Consulting Psychologist Press, Inc. (CPP). The respondents included a fair representation of all colleges and administrative divisions on campus. Only two areas were below the 20 percent participation rate. Employees were asked to rate their satisfaction with direct supervisors, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Despite Competitive Labor Market, One-in-Five Workers Plan to ...
Recent improvements in the economy may have some workers preparing to move to a new job in the new year, with nearly one-in-five workers (19 percent) reporting they plan to leave their current job in 2010 to find a new one. Nine percent said they plan to leave in 2011. This is according to CareerBuilder’s latest survey conducted between November 5 and November 23, 2009, among more than 5,200 workers. Many employers were forced to make some tough business decisions in 2009, and may be pushing workers to make some difficult decisions as well. One-in-ten workers (12 percent) whose companies cut benefits or perks said they would ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Telecommuting Makes Immediate Sense
Robert is a staff writer for the Sustainable Development category of Justmeans, and a long-time business consultant and author with a knack for writing about difficult topics in a friendly, down-to-earth style. He has been a senior consultant for Hill and Knowlton Public Relations, editor of monthly newsletters on finance, investing, and management, a book publisher, and founder of two non-prof... Telecommuting Makes Immediate Sense Posted On: Today A beautiful home office is just one perk for telecommuters. For many years, Telecommuting has made good personal, practical, and economic sense. But today, there's a greater ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
A Full View of Faculty Jobs
Success in the academic world is often equated with attaining certain significant career milestones. For assistant professors, tenure is their holy grail. The aspiration of mid-career faculty is generally promotion to full professor. Receiving an endowed professorship – an honor conferred upon a select few faculty members – is definitely a landmark occasion. Indeed, these are highly coveted achievements. Any beginning faculty member presented with a genie in a bottle would likely have three wishes that included one or more of these goals. Yet those of us in higher education don’t gauge our day-to-day level of satisfaction with ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Physics careers, employment and education (Penn State, 1977)
features: long-term shift in proportions by subfield, field mobility, job satisfaction, resources in cross-disciplinary and boundary specialties. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Other Measurement Resources - Work Organization - NIOSH
This Web page is a work in progress. It will be updated as we learn of additional information resources for work organization measures (Web sites, texts, and other information sources). Please send us an e-mail with a description of other information sources not listed. Please note: This list of resources does not constitute endorsement by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). This list is provided with the goal of sharing information on measurement tools that may be usefully applied in occupational health research. Fields DL (2002) Taking the Measure of Work: A Guide to Validated Scales ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, Winter 2004 ever, from the perspective of research and practice, the most focal employee attitude is job satisfaction. ...
Human Resources: managers and subordinate consultations, impact ...
I can answer the questions related to the following streams: 1. Performance Appraisal 2. Employee Training and Development 3. Organizational Development 4. Recruitment 5. Selection 6. Employee Counseling 7. Employee Grievance Handling 8. Employee Morale Activities 9. Policy making and Implmenting 10.Human Resource Information System Experience 1. Performance Appraisal 2. Employee Training and Development 3. Recruitment 4. Selection 5. Employee Counseling 6. Employee Grievance Handling 7. Employee Morale Activities 8. Policy making and Implmenting Education/Credentials Under Graduation - B.Sc.Computer Science Post Graduation - ...
Employee recognition and reward - job satisfaction? - Yahoo! Answers
For those who are lucky to have a ‘seat on the bus' -- reports are that job satisfaction is low. Like most companies, decisions have been made to drive out cost and increase efficiencies. I work for a large (F500 company) and have volunteered to help improve how our immediate team of 150+ recognize and reward each other. We are geographically disbursed (approx 40% US/60 outside US) and some work in business offices and others work from home offices. I have volunteered to participate in a dedicated task force to explore improving recognition and reward (outside of salary & stock which is mandated by corp and ...