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WESTERNManagement and Organizational Studies 3342A/BLinda ElighWinter

Management and Organizational Studies 3342A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Equal Pay For Equal Work, Gender Pay Gap, Nonunion

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Working conditions: compare male and female job classes using one of the following: Job-to-job method comparing pay for male and female dominated job c
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WESTERNManagement and Organizational Studies 3342A/BLinda ElighWinter

Chapter 11.doc

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25 Apr 2013
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North american producers to cut costs and/or increase productivity well designed variable plans have known to motivate employees and even cut costs. Wh
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WESTERNManagement and Organizational Studies 3342A/BLinda ElighWinter

Chapter 10.doc

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25 Apr 2013
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Chapter 10 pay for performance: performance appraisal and plan. Linking organization strategy to compensation and performance management: employers wan
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WESTERNManagement and Organizational Studies 3342A/BLinda ElighWinter

Management and Organizational Studies 3342A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Canada Pension Plan, Pension, Employee Benefits

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25 Apr 2013
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Chapter 9 employee benefits: a first class benefits plan includes some mix of: education reimbursement and employee training, on-site childcare service
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WESTERNManagement and Organizational Studies 3342A/BLinda ElighWinter

Management and Organizational Studies 3342A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Cash Flow, Highly Suspect, Symposium On Theory Of Computing

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25 Apr 2013
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Benchmark jobs approach stable job content and are common across different employers. Low-high approach identify the lowest and highest paid benchmark
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WESTERNManagement and Organizational Studies 3342A/BLinda ElighWinter

Management and Organizational Studies 3342A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Reservation Wage, Signalling Theory, Product Market

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25 Apr 2013
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The higher the pay level, the higher the labour costs. Labour costs = pay level x number of employees: attract and retain employees. Different employer
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WESTERNManagement and Organizational Studies 3384A/BKaren Mac MillanWinter

Management and Organizational Studies 3384A/B Chapter Notes -Personnel Selection, Professional Certification, Common Hardware Reference Platform

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14 Apr 2013
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Chapter 1 an introduction to recruitment and selection (r&s) Ethical treatment of job applicants throughout the recruitment and hiring process. Accepte
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WESTERNManagement and Organizational Studies 1021A/BBeth LeeFall

FInal Exam Notes - Ch 9-15.docx

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14 Apr 2013
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Attitude a lasting general evaluation of people (including one"s self), objects, or issues. Attitude object anything toward which a person has an attit
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WESTERNManagement and Organizational Studies 4410A/BRaymond LeducFall

Management and Organizational Studies 4410A/B Study Guide - Final Guide: Lemar, Swot Analysis, Brand Loyalty

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7 Dec 2012
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Mos 4410 krispy kreme case study. Mission sell doughnuts and beverages at our own stores; sell the doughnut mix and equipment, sell franchises have 3 d
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WESTERNManagement and Organizational Studies 3330A/BMay TajimaFall

Management and Organizational Studies 3330A/B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Master Production Schedule, Aggregate Demand, Production Control

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15 Nov 2012
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WESTERNPsychology 2070A/BKelly OlsonFall

Psychology 2070A/B Study Guide - Final Guide: Sundress, Social Loafing, Positive Illusions

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15 Nov 2012
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Part 2: a study by griskevicius and colleagues (2009) activated no goal, a status goal, or a mating goal in male participants. Participants were then i
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WESTERNPsychology 2070A/BKelly OlsonFall

Psychology 2070A/B Lecture Notes - Selective Perception, Bruce Morton, Illusory Correlation

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8 Nov 2012
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Our lives are social they involve other people. Is the scientific study of how individuals" thoughts, feelings, and behaviours are influenced by other
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