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📒On The Job ✍ Stan Kralik
✏On the Job Book Summary : Relive the experiences of a New York City Fireman during the busiest two decades in the history of the New York Fire Department. Experience the search in smoke filled apartments where visibility is down to about one foot. Feel the excitement and danger of fighting both small and large fires and the dangers encountered on an every day basis. Read about being almost caught in an ambush and being bombarded and attacked during a riot. Know the feeling of satisfaction of rescuing someone from a fire. Feel the pleasure of rendering first aid or Cardio-pulmonary Resuscitation and possibly saving someone's life. Be a part of firehouse life, its comradery and closeness. Laugh at the different type of humor experienced in a firehouse. Read about the after work activities and the feeling of large family gatherings. Understand how life long friendships could be formed.
📒On The Job ✍ Robert Storey
✏On the Job Book Summary : Every day millions of Canadians go out to work. They labour in factories, offices, restaurants, and retail stores, on ships, and deep in mines. And every day millions of other Canadians, mostly women, begin work in their homes, performing the many tasks that ensure the well-being of their families and ultimately, the reproduction of the paid labour force. Yet, for all its undoubted importance, there has been remarkably little systematic research into the past and present dynamics of the world of work in Canada.
📒Changing On The Job ✍ Jennifer Garvey Berger
✏Changing on the Job Book Summary : Listen to people in every field and you'll hear a call for more sophisticated leadership—for leaders who can solve more complex problems than the human race has ever faced. But these leaders won't simply come to the fore; we have to develop them, and we must cultivate them as quickly as is humanly possible. Changing on the Job is a means to this end. As opposed to showing readers how to play the role of a leader in a "paint by numbers" fashion, Changing on the Job builds on theories of adult growth and development to help readers become more thoughtful individuals, capable of leading in any scenario. Moving from the theoretical to the practical, and employing real-world examples, author Jennifer Garvey Berger offers a set of building blocks to help cultivate an agile workforce while improving performance. Coaches, HR professionals, thoughtful leaders, and anyone who wants to flourish on the job will find this book a vital resource for developing their own capacities and those of the talent that they support.
📒Improving On The Job Training ✍ William J. Rothwell
✏Improving On the Job Training Book Summary : This second edition of the best-selling book, ImprovingOn-The-Job Training, provides professional trainers, HRmanagers, and line managers with a hands-on resource for installinga low-cost, low tech approach to planned on-the-job trainingprogram that will improve real-time work performance throughout anentire organization. A comprehensive volume, ImprovingOn-The-Job Training Offers guidelines for establishing an OJT program. Outlines the key management issues that should be addressedwhen starting up a program. Describes effective methods of training the trainers andlearners. Shows how to identify the need for plannedon-the-job-training. Explains how to analyze work, worker, and workplace OJT. Offers vital information for preparing and presentingon-the-job training. Illustrates how to evaluate results of OJT. Describes aids to planned on-the-job training. Includes six valuable lessons about planned OJT programs.
📒On The Job Search And The Beveridge Curve ✍ Andrés Fuentes
✏On the Job Search and the Beveridge Curve Book Summary : This paper presents a theoretical and empirical investigation of the role on-the-job search plays in explaining shifts of the unemployment-vacancies relationship (the Beveridge curve). We show that the direction of the shift depends on the parameters of the matching model, regardless of the assumptions made on the relative search effectiveness of employed and unemployed searchers. We estimate a Beveridge Curve equation with a panel of British regions controlling for unobserved aggregate unemployment effects. We find evidence that the rise in on-the-job search in the 1980s has shifted the Beveridge Curve outwards.
📒Implementing On The Job Learning ✍ Ronald L. Jacobs
✏Implementing On the job Learning Book Summary : This book illustrates how other companies have used and implemented a particular approach to facilitating employee learning in organizations-structured on-the-job learning. Structured on-the-job learning programs have the potential to make better use of your organization's resources and create training that is more relevant and effective.
📒Training On The Job ✍ Diane Walter
✏Training on the Job Book Summary : This guide is essential for anyone who wants to set up a successful on-the-job training program. This book includes an eight-step model for setting up a structured, team-driven, training program, plus easy-to-understand templates, instructions, checklists, and case studies that any organization can apply. Whether you want to train employees in a single task or retrain an entire workforce, here's a book that ensures your on-the-job-training program empowers employees and gets bottom-line results.
📒Improving On The Job Training And Coaching ✍ Karen Lawson
✏Improving On the job Training and Coaching Book Summary : This title presents a just-in-time approach that puts the methodology for helping employees learn in the hands of those who own the work. The tools, tips, and techniques in this book will help you quickly design and develop on-the-job programs that produce bottom-line business results.
📒Mothers On The Job ✍ Lise Vogel
✏Mothers on the Job Book Summary : Women's increasing demands for protection and benefits in the workplace, especially with regard to maternity leave, have sparked more than a century of controversy among feminists on how best to serve the needs of working women. This debate continues to divide the feminist community. One side believes women are better served by emphasizing equality with men--pregnancy should be treated like any other "disability." The other side wants to recognize difference--special provisions should apply only to pregnant women. Lise Vogel examines the evolution of this debate on pregnant women in the workplace, looking at theoretical as well as practical implications. Vogel begins by assessing the history of the contemporary debate on pregnancy policy in the U.S. Since the middle of the nineteenth-century, American women have been torn by the contradictory demands of motherhood and the workplace. Pregnancy was grounds for dismissal from work and few employers took action to protect pregnant workers. To counter this, early twentieth-century feminists and reformers emphasized female specificity and women's special role. In the 1960s activists adopted a strategy framed on equality, which moved away from the earlier emphasis on differences. The use of equality strategies to cover the female-specific phenomenon of pregnancy turned out to have problems. Now women's special needs were denied and ignored. These difficulties and a series of court cases in the 1980s triggered debates in the feminist legal community. Vogel looks at the litigation and debates, which pitted advocates of gender-neutral strategies against critics who called for female-specific policies. Vogel argues that, in terms of practical benefits, women will be served best by a gender-neutral approach to pregnancy policy. She encourages equality advocates to recognize the inherent diversity of individuals, and points out the need to be sensitive to individual factors of race and class, as well as sex.
📒The Job Evaluation Handbook ✍ Michael Armstrong
✏The Job Evaluation Handbook Book Summary : Examines the conceptual principles of job evaluation, reviews different methods and techniques of implementations, and reveals examples of company practice