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Encyclopedia of career development

Author: Jeffrey H Greenhaus; Gerard A Callanan; Sage Publications.; Sage eReference (Online service)
Publisher: Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, [2006]
Series: Gale virtual reference library.
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Covering a broad range of themes, this resource offers original material written by internationally-renowned scholars that view career development from a number of different dimensions. This multidisciplinary resource examines career-related issues from psychological, sociological, educational, counseling, organizational behavior, and human resource management perspectives.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Encyclopedias
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Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Encyclopedia of career development.
Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, [2006]
(DLC) 2005036633
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jeffrey H Greenhaus; Gerard A Callanan; Sage Publications.; Sage eReference (Online service)
ISBN: 9781452265575 1452265577 9781412939614 1412939615
OCLC Number: 85846911
Notes: Title from title home page (viewed Mar. 13, 2007).
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2011. MiAaHDL
Description: 1 online resource (2 v.) : ill.
Details: Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
Contents: v. 1. Abilities --
Academic advising --
Affirmative action --
Age discrimination --
Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 (ADEA) --
Allport-Vernon-Lindzey Study of Values --
American Counseling Association --
American Psychological Association --
Anticipatory socialization --
Antisocial work behaviors --
Apprenticeships --
Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) --
Aspirations in career decisions --
Assessment centers --
Assimilation and mutual acceptance --
Bennett Mechanical Comprehension Test --
Biculturalism --
Big Five factors of personality --
Blue-collar workers --
Boundaryless career --
Bridge employment --
Burnout --
Business simulations --
Butcher Treatment Planning Inventory (BTPI) --
California Psychological Inventory --
Campbell Interest and Skill Survey --
Career --
Career anchors --
Career appraisal --
Career as a calling --
Career centers --
Career change --
Career coaching --
Career construction theory --
Career counseling --
Career counseling competencies --
Career decision-making styles --
Career Decision Scale (CDS) --
Career Development Inventory --
Career education --
Career exploration --
Career goal --
Career indecision --
Career interruptions --
Career intervention outcomes --
Career investments --
Career maturity --
Career mobility --
Career motivation --
Career-planning workshops --
Career plateau --
Career salience --
Career satisfaction --
Career strategy --
Career success --
Career Thoughts Inventory --
Career transition --
Careers and health --
Center for Creative Leadership --
Child care practices --
Churning of jobs --
Circumscription and compromise --
Civil Rights Act of 1964 --
Civil Rights Act of 1991 --
Cognitive Differentiation Grid --
Cognitive information processing in career counseling --
Collective bargaining --
College student career development --
Comparable worth --
Compensation --
Computer-based career support systems --
Contingent employment --
Continuing professional education --
Cooperative education --
Copreneurship --
Cross-training --
Crossover effect --
Crystallization of the vocational self-concept --
Culture and careers --
Customized careers --
Derailment --
Differential aptitude testing --
Disabilities among college students --
Disability --
Diversity in organizations --
Domestic-partner benefits --
Downsizing --
Early career stage --
Early retirement --
Elder care practices --
Electronic employment screening --
Emotional intelligence --
Emotional labor --
Employability --
Employee assistance programs --
Employee participation in organizational decision making --
Employment advertising --
Employment contracts --
Employment-at-will doctrine --
Empowerment --
Entrepreneurship --
Environment awareness --
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) --
Equal Pay Act --
Erikson's theory of development --
Ethics and careers --
Executive coaching --
Exit interview --
Expatriate experience --
Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) --
Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) --
Family background and careers --
Family-responsive workplace practices --
Fast-track career --
FIRO-B --
Flexible work arrangements --
Gender and careers --
General Aptitude Test Battery (GATB) --
Glass ceiling --
Globalization and careers --
Hall Occupational Orientation Inventory --
Handwriting analysis in hiring --
History of career studies --
Holland's theory of vocational choice --
Hostile working environment --
Human capital --
Human resource information systems (HRIS) --
Human resource planning --
Human resource support systems --
Identity --
Impression management --
Individual career management --
Industrial Revolution --
Inequality --
Informational interview --
Integrity testing --
Intelligence, schooling, and occupational success --
Interests --
Internal labor markets --
International careers --
Internet career assessment --
Internet recruitment --
Internships --
Job challenge --
Job design --
Job fairs --
Job interviews --
Job involvement --
Job loss --
Job-posting programs --
Job rotation --
Job satisfaction --
Job search --
Job security --
Job sharing --
Knowledge work --
Knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) --
Kuder Career Assessments --
Late career stage --
Leadership development --
Learning organization --
Learning styles --
Leisure interests --
Life Style Inventory --
Life-Career Rainbow --
Lifelong learning --
Lifestyle preferences --
Lockstep career progression --
Locus of control --
Low-income workers and careers. v. 2. Machiavellianism --
Mentoring --
Merit-based pay --
Metaphors for careers --
Middle career stage --
Midlife crisis --
Minnesota Clerical Test --
Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 (MMPI-2) --
Minnesota Theory of Work Adjustment --
Morale --
Motivation and career development --
Multicultural organization --
Multinational organization --
Multiple intelligences --
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator --
National Career Development Association --
National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) --
Needs --
Nepotism --
Networking --
Obsolescence of knowledge and skills --
Occupational card sorts --
Occupational choice --
Occupational classification systems --
Occupational commitment --
Occupational Information Network (O*NET) --
Occupational Outlook Handbook --
Occupational prestige --
Occupational professionalization --
Occupational stereotypes --
On-the-job training --
Organizational career management --
Organizational citizenship behavior --
Organizational commitment --
Organizational entry --
Organizational image --
Organizational justice --
Organizational politics --
Organizational socialization --
Organizational staffing --
Orientation --
Outplacement --
Outsourcing and offshoring --
Part-time employment --
Pay compression --
Pay-for-performance reward systems --
Performance appraisal and feedback --
Person-environment fit (P-E fit) --
Personal Globe Inventory --
Personality and careers --
Personnel selection --
Phased retirement --
Positive organizational scholarship --
Proactivity --
Procedural justice --
Protean career --
Psychological contract --
Pygmalion effect --
Quality of work life (QWL) --
Racial discrimination --
Rater errors in performance appraisal --
Realistic recruitment --
Recruitment --
Redeployment --
References for employment --
Reinforcement theory --
Religious discrimination --
Résumé --
Retention programs --
Retirement --
Retraining --
Reverse discrimination --
Reverse mentoring --
Rokeach Values Survey --
Role models --
Sabbaticals --
School-to-work transition --
Self-awareness --
Self-concept --
Self-Directed Search (SDS) --
Self-efficacy --
Self-esteem --
Self-leadership --
Self-monitoring --
Sex discrimination --
Sexual harassment --
Sexual orientation and careers --
Single parents and careers --
Sixteen Personality Questionnaire (16PF) --
Social capital --
Social cognitive career theory --
Social constructionism --
Social learning theory of career development --
Socioeconomic status --
Specialty choice --
Spirituality and careers --
Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale --
Stereotyping of workers --
Strategic human resource management (SHRM) --
Stress at work --
Strong Interest Inventory --
Succession planning --
Super's career development theory --
Sweatshop labor --
Team-based work --
Technology and careers --
Telecommuting --
Thematic apperception tests (TAT) --
Three-hundred-sixty-degree (360°) evaluation --
Tokenism --
Tolerance for ambiguity --
Toxic leadership --
Training and development --
Tuition reimbursement --
Turnover --
Two-career relationships --
Type A behavior pattern --
Unbiased hiring systems --
Underemployment --
Unemployment --
Values --
Virtual expatriates --
Vocational education --
Vocational Preference Inventory (VPI) --
Vocational psychology --
Wechsler Intelligence Scales --
Welfare-to-work programs --
Wellness and fitness programs --
White-collar work --
Wonderlic Personnel Test --
Work ethic --
Work values --
Work Values Inventory --
Work-family balance --
Work-family conflict --
Work-family enrichment --
Work/life litigation --
Workaholism --
Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act of 1992 (WARN) --
Workforce 2020 --
Workplace romance --
Wrongful dismissal.
Series Title: Gale virtual reference library.
Responsibility: Jeffrey H. Greenhaus, Gerard A. Callanan, editors.

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