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The Book Mastering the Job Search Process in Recreation and Leisure Services
The Author Craig Ross
The Publisher Jones & Bartlett Learning
Release Date2011-04-18
Genre Business & Economics
Pages 218
ISBN 9780763777616
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Mastering the Job Search Process in Recreation and Leisure Services, Second Edition, is a practical guide full of tools and advice for recreation and leisure service professionals. This book simplifies the process of securing a job in recreation and leisure service by explaining every step from both an employer’s and applicant’s point of view. Based on years of experience in the hiring process, this book reflects research conducted with over one thousand recreation and leisure services practitioners involved in the job search process. The book includes their advice as well as secrets to success.


The Book The Job Hunter s Survival Guide
The Author Richard N. Bolles
The Publisher Ten Speed Press
Release Date2012-04-04
Genre Business & Economics
Pages 112
ISBN 9780307759429
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: One hundred pages of lifesaving advice for people out of work. When over ten million people have needed help with their job-hunt—or with figuring out what to do with their life—there is one person they have turned to, more than any other. He is Richard N. Bolles, author of the #1 job-hunting book of all time, What Color Is Your Parachute? His name is well-known around the world. Just during the last twelve months, he has appeared in Time (“10 Ideas Changing the World Right Now,” March 2009), U.S. News & World Report (deemed “savior of the nation’s unemployed,” October 2008), NBC’s Today Show (broadcast in April 2009), and many other publications and shows. His book was the #1 best-seller on BusinessWeek’s paperback list as recently as last November. Never has his advice been more sought than during these brutal economic times. He has responded by writing a completely new book: The Job-Hunter’s Survival Guide, designed particularly for people who are hanging on the ropes, who haven’t time to do a lot of reading but need help desperately—and now. Early reviews have called this little Guide “brilliant” and “tremendously helpful.” From the Trade Paperback edition.


The Book Improving On the Job Training
The Author William J. Rothwell
The Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release Date2004-03-22
Genre Business & Economics
Pages 192
ISBN 0787973734
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: 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.


The Book On the Job Search and the Beveridge Curve
The Author Andrés Fuentes
The Publisher International Monetary Fund
Release Date2002-02-01
Genre Chômage - Grande-Bretagne - Modèles économétriques
Pages 19
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: 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.


The Book Implementing On the job Learning
The Author Ronald L. Jacobs
The Publisher American Society for Training and Development
Release Date2002
Genre Business & Economics
Pages 194
ISBN 1562863177
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: 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.


The Book The Job Evaluation Handbook
The Author Michael Armstrong
The Publisher CIPD Publishing
Release Date1995
Genre Job evaluation
Pages 404
ISBN 0852925816
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Drawing on a survey of 314 organisations, Armstrong and Baron examine the conceptual principals of job evaluation, review different methods of implementation and reveal stimulating examples of contemporary practice. They show you how to: - integrate job evaluation with other corporate strategies - choose the most appropriate method for your organisation - analyse jobs, roles and competencies, and collect comparative data.


The Book Improving On the job Training and Coaching
The Author Karen Lawson
The Publisher American Society for Training and Development
Release Date1997
Genre Business & Economics
Pages 94
ISBN 1562860623
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: 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.


The Book Mothers on the Job
The Author Lise Vogel
The Publisher Rutgers University Press
Release Date1993
Genre Political Science
Pages 202
ISBN 0813519195
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: 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 Book New on the Job
The Author Ruth Toor
The Publisher American Library Association
Release Date2007
Genre Education
Pages 212
ISBN 0838909248
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: A guide for first year library media specialists covers such issues as developing a personal philosophy, time management, dealing with technology, and meeting standards.


The Book Training on the Job
The Author Diane Walter
The Publisher American Society for Training and Development
Release Date2001
Genre Business & Economics
Pages 201
ISBN 1562863029
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: 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.


The Book Structured On the Job Training
The Author Ronald Jacobs
The Publisher Berrett-Koehler Publishers
Release Date2003-03-12
Genre Business & Economics
Pages 297
ISBN 9781605096155
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Structured On-the-Job Training offers a practical, easily applicable approach to a crucial but often frustrating process. Designed for managerial, technical, and awareness training, the book offers a six-step program that combines the consistency and reliability of formal classroom training with the relevance of learning in the actual work setting. This revised and updated edition is the perfect blueprint for business success through planned training on-the-job.


The Book The End of the Job Description
The Author Tim Baker
The Publisher Springer
Release Date2016-04-29
Genre Business & Economics
Pages 226
ISBN 9781137581464
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: 'That's not my job.' If you don't want your employees to say that, why do you start your relationship by giving them a narrow task and competency focused description of their job? We need people to fulfil many different roles at work yes the need to do their job, but they also need to contribute positive energy, collaborate, and take personal reasonability for innovation and personal development. How do they fit into a traditional job description? It is futile persevering with the job description borne out of the scientific management movement one hundred years ago. The world of work is vastly different to the assembly lines of the Ford Motor Company of the early twentieth-century. Building on the phenomenal success of The End of the Performance Review, Baker examines four essential 'Non-Job' roles that all employees must fulfil and shows how to create meaningful role descriptions that can help you recruit better people and enable them to deliver better results.


The Book The Lean Primer Solutions for the Job Shop
The Author Roger Kremer
The Publisher MCS Media, Inc.
Release Date2005
Genre Costs, Industrial
Pages 96
ISBN 0972572856
Language English, Spanish, And French
The Book Finding the Balance Between Schoolhouse and On the job Training
The Author Thomas Manacapilli
The Publisher Rand Corporation
Release Date2007
Genre Business & Economics
Pages 124
ISBN 9780833040459
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: The Air Force typically trains 30,000 to 40,000 new airmen in some 300 specialties each year. It utilizes two methods for training its enlistees: centralized initial skills training (IST, or "schoolhouse" training) and decentralized on-the-job training (OJT). All too often, only IST costs are considered when "pricing" training, seriously underestimating the overall cost to train an airman. When all the costs are considered, including those of OJT, decisions related to the length of IST can be better informed. To determine the most cost-effective combination of IST and OJT, the authors developed a methodology based on a cost-benefit analysis of seven Air Force specialties. From a statistical analysis of data taken from surveys of senior enlisted personnel, they were able to assess how productivity changes when IST course length changes and to make recommendations concerning the IST course lengths that would produce the most productive airmen for the least possible cost.


The Book On the Job
The Author Robert Storey
The Publisher McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
Release Date1986
Genre Law
Pages 360
ISBN 0773505997
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: 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.


The Book The Job Training Charade
The Author Gordon Lafer
The Publisher Cornell University Press
Release Date2004-07-01
Genre Business & Economics
Pages 297
ISBN 0801489512
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Job training has long been promoted as a central policy response to poverty and unemployment. Both Democrats and Republicans have trumpeted training as the answer to everything from welfare to NAFTA. The Job Training Charade provides a comprehensive critique showing that training has been a near-total failure. Even more dramatically, the book shows how politicians have ignored repeated reports of the program s failure, and have kept funding a policy they know cannot work. Gordon Lafer first examines the economic assumptions and track record of training policy. He goes on to provide a political analysis of why job training has remained so popular despite widespread evidence of its economic failure. The author concludes that job training functions less as an economic prescription aimed at solving poverty than as a political strategy aimed at managing the popular response to economic distress. The Job Training Charade is a landmark book showing how a bipartisan consensus may coalesce behind a phantom policy that serves political needs while ignoring economic realities."


The Book How to Write Design a Professional R sum to Get the Job
The Author Dale Mayer
The Publisher Atlantic Publishing Company
Release Date2008
Genre Business & Economics
Pages 288
ISBN 9781601381347
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: In these tough economic times companies are downsizing, outsourcing, and merging, and job seekers are facing more competition than ever. You need a great resume to stand out from the crowd. Your resume is a platform to detail your achievements and experience. A resume is a document, designed to an employer on why they should contact and ultimately hire you. You will learn the basic components that must be in your resume, resume formats, key action words, common resume myths, what fonts to use, how to stress accomplishments, what information you should never put on resume, how to write your resume from the employer's perspective, how to write the resume to fit the job, what words to use and what words never to use, techniques to get the interview, the secrets of a great cover letter, how to best describe your experience, how to detail employment gaps, and how to develop a professional resume. You also will learn about paper selection, electronic resumes, white space, margins, graphics, and computer software to help layout your resume. If you use all this information, you will give yourself that edge over the competition that you deserve. The companion CD-ROM is included with the print version of this book; however is not available for download with the electronic version. It may be obtained separately by contacting Atlantic Publishing Group at sales@atlantic-pub.com Atlantic Publishing is a small, independent publishing company based in Ocala, Florida. Founded over twenty years ago in the company presidentâe(tm)s garage, Atlantic Publishing has grown to become a renowned resource for non-fiction books. Today, over 450 titles are in print covering subjects such as small business, healthy living, management, finance, careers, and real estate. Atlantic Publishing prides itself on producing award winning, high-quality manuals that give readers up-to-date, pertinent information, real-world examples, and case studies with expert advice. Every book has resources, contact information, and web sites of the products or companies discussed.


The Book Sexual Identity on the Job
The Author Alan L Ellis
The Publisher Routledge
Release Date2014-01-09
Genre Social Science
Pages 108
ISBN 9781317764380
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Sexual Identity on the Job provides academics and practitioners with a solid resource for addressing sexual identity concerns and issues in the workplace. It offers corporate trainers, managers, and policymakers suggestions for creating a positive psychological environment of inclusion for all workers through policies of nondiscrimination, the availability of domestic partner benefits, and solid efforts to eliminate on-the-job discrimination toward lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transgender individuals. It educates social service providers about company actions of which they need to know in order to effectively support their gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgenderedclients. As a compilation of scholarly and applied perspectives, Sexual Identity on the Job covers such topics as multicultural identity (multiple identities) development; legal and policy issues of employment; career development issues for lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, and transgender persons; and how inclusion improves productivity among all groups. By including both perspectives, this unique volume offers both academics and practitioners a broader knowledge of the field and relevant issues, and possible solutions for sexual identity concerns and questions in the workplace. Chapters in Sexual Identity on the Job address a diverse set of issues relating to ways in which those concerned about the psychological well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender workers can address their needs while recognizing their desire to lead productive, fulfilling lives. The contributors, in promoting workplaces that offer all workers inclusion, safety, and a place to thrive psychologically and emotionally, cover such topics as: gay, lesbian, and bisexual career development and counseling issues managing multiple identities (race, gender, sexual orientation) in the workplace current trends in economic discrimination toward lesbians, gay men, and bisexuals and relevant legal concerns domestic partner benefits the relationship between inclusion and productivity Sexual Identity on the Job chronicles the development of research, specific concerns which have been addressed, and where current research leaves this situation. It also provides some interpretation of the past and current research and its implications for lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, and transgender workers and their co-workers. It betters relationships among gay and straight workers, administration, and management by promoting equal and fair treatment, in regard to both legal and policy issues and in interpersonal relationships, to all employees. Corporate trainers of all levels, academic researchers, career and other counselors, and the general public will find its pages filled with applicable and helpful information.


The Book Get The Job Offer
The Author Peggy I. McKee
The Publisher Career Confidential
Release Date
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Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: How to Stand Out in Every Job Interview and Get the Offer The one who gets the offer is not necessarily the most skilled—it’s the one who does the best job of communicating with the interviewer, or hiring manager, so he or she feels comfortable hiring you. How to Stand Out in Every Job Interview and Get the Offer will help you have the best interview of your life by using simple but incredibly effective tool: a 30-60-90-Day Plan. You will learn what a great plan looks like, how to put yours together, and how to discuss it in your interview. Get the offer in every interview!


The Book Howtogetoffyourassand Find the Job You Want
The Author G. James Pass
The Publisher FIND THE JOB YOU WANT
Release Date2009-05-01
Genre
Pages 142
ISBN 9781926582139
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: What I am trying to do in this book is cover everything you need to find the job you want - quickly. You will see inside that the detailed job search processes vary somewhat depending on your employment level, but the obstacles most job hunters encounter are pretty much the same. Don't feel bad if, as you go about your job search you start to feel that with this book, you have a tremendous advantage over other job hunters. Your first responsibility, especially in tough economic times, is to yourself. You have bought this book, not someone else, so you deserve to have this advantage. I urge you to follow this path to the job you want and please let me know when you have found it.