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    • Aging, Job Satisfaction, and Job Performance 

      Mitchell, Olivia S.; Levine, Phillip B.; Pozzebon, Silvana (1990-01-01)
      The national trend to earlier retirement is surprising in light of conventional wisdom holding that older workers are healthy, satisfied and productive employees -- sometimes even more so than their younger counterparts. ...
    • Expected Changes in the Workforce and Implications for Labor Markets 

      Levine, Phillip B.; Mitchell, Olivia S. (1991-06-01)
      [Excerpt] While many have written about possible effects of the baby boom on the U.S. economy, few have recognized that this demographic transition provides analysts with a unique and valuable opportunity to investigate ...
    • Human Resource Management, Information Technology, and the Competitive Edge 

      Broderick, Renae F.; Boudreau, John W. (1991-05-01)
      [Excerpt] Global competition is putting more and more pressure on U.S. managers to make faster and better business decisions. Investments in information technology are often touted as a critical means of speeding up and ...
    • Leading For The Bottom Line: A View Of Leadership In A Bottom-Line Context 

      Fields, Gary S.; Stern, Cory (2006-03-01)
      This paper sets out to establish and describe a new approach to leadership called Bottom Line Leadership. The essence of Bottom Line Leadership is that a leader’s most critical responsibility is to clearly identify, ...
    • Predicting Employee Health Insurance Selections in a Flexible Benefits Environment 

      Barringer, Melissa W.; Milkovich, George T.; Mitchell, Olivia S. (1991-05-08)
      Firms are increasingly introducing flexible benefits programs into their employee compensation packages, yet very little is known about program outcomes. This study investigated the determinants of employees' selections ...
    • The Effects of Human Resource Management Decisions on Shareholder Value 

      Abowd, John M.; Milkovich, George T.; Hannon, John M. (1989-11-01)
      We examine the effects of selected human resource management decisions on the abnormal change in total shareholder return. Announcements of human resource decisions are classified into five types--general HR system ...
    • The Effects of Mandating Benefits Packages 

      Mitchell, Olivia S. (1990-01-01)
      [Excerpt] The purpose of this paper is to inform policymakers and the public about the potential labor market consequences of government mandating of employee benefits. Both theoretical and empirical economic arguments for ...