So says new research by Iris Bohnet, Alexandra van Geen, and Max H. Open for comment; Managers discuss their own experience in organizations in response to February's column.
All good leaders teach as well as learn, says Jim Heskett.
When sales forces are well managed, firms can induce greater performance from them.
For this study, the authors collaborated with a major multinational firm to develop and estimate a dynamic structural model of sales employee responses to various management instruments like compensation, training, and recruiting/termination policies.
In the new case study “Honeywell and the Great Recession,” Sandra Sucher and Susan Winterberg explore employer tradeoffs when a downturn hits: conducting layoffs vs. Plus: Video interviews with Honeywell CEO Dave Cote.
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We look at the impact of California Assembly Bill 394, which mandated minimum levels of patients per nurse in the hospital setting.
When the law was passed, some hospitals already had acceptable staffing levels, while others had nurse staffing ratios that did not meet mandated standards.
The purpose of this paper is to develop and test a model linking staffing practices, age and employee performance. https://doi.org/10.1108/EBHRM-01-2018-0007 Download as .
Using a stratified sample of 1,254 employees, the authors hypothesize: the main effects of staffing practices on employee performance, the main effects of age on employee performance and the moderating effects of age on the relationship between staffing practices and employee performance.