Catholic Social Thought is a branch of moral theology. There is now unified corpus of official Catholic teaching that focuses the resources of moral theology and natural law theory on important social issues of the day. The rights of the employee and the themes of employee ownership and participation have been central and recurring themes as this body of teaching has developed.<BR><BR>This description and explanation of the essential elements of Catholic Social Thought and its relationship to these themes helps the reader think about the place of the corporation in the economy and whether British and European corporate governance and labour law do what they should to put the employee at the centre of corporate governance.
Employees are VERY important to the success of any business! However, feeling unappreciated is the number one reason why employees leave their jobs. As recruitment costs continue to rise, this does not have to be your reality. Caring for someone is an action ... as a manager, you must put in some effort to connect with your team to exhibit your thoughtfulness, concern, and compassion. Learn about seven of those ways in this value-added booklet where author Jokima Hiller shares her real-life experiences.
An important contribution to the human resources literature, this book is written for personnel and training managers who need specific information on how to recognize and deal effectively with problem employees. Based on Martin's experience with hundreds of employees in a variety of work settings over a 22-year period, the volume describes a number of employee types and the overt/covert behaviors they manifest, explains the personality dynamics involved, and offers practical advice regarding intervention strategies that can be effectively used in dealing with these employees. Throughout, case studies are used to illustrate typical behaviors and possible solutions. Today's employment climate generally precludes the use of personality tests on prospective employees, and problems often surface after the fact when termination may be difficult. Thus, Martin focuses particularly on how to work with such employees to help them understand the counterproductive nature of their work behavior and how to place them within the most productive organizational setting possible. Following several introductory chapters, each subsequent chapter is devoted to a particular type of problem employee--primadonna, rebel, backstabber, that's not my job, etc. The individual chapters combine case examples with a collective discussion of behaviors, dynamics, and intervention strategies offering the busy practitioner both a better understanding of certain employee behaviors and a framework by which to deal with these individuals within the job and organizational realm. The book also offers suggestions for recognizing disruptive personality types at the interview stage.
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