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Assessment and evaluation of production efficiencies in textile industry through quality of work life

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Pay Satisfaction and Organizational Politics as Predictors of Quality of Work Life among Government Employees

REFERENCES Abubakar, E., Chauhan, S., and Kura, P. (2014). Relationship between perceived organisational politics, and quality of work life. Journal of Contemporary Research in Business , Vol. 4 No. 1, pp.156-170. Adebusuyi, A. S., Olasupo, M. O., and Idehen, E. E. (2013). Analysis of the perception of organisational politics by employees of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Bangladesh e-Journal of Sociology , Vol. 10, No.1, pp.51-58 Adeyemo, D. A., Terry, D. L., and Lambert, N. J. (2015). Organizational Climate, Leadership

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The Influence of Quality of Work Life on Work Performance

References 1] Sayyadi H., The quality of work life and organizational commitment. A case study on Education organization staff of Yazd province, Educational Sciences Journal , 1(16), 113-132, 2009 [2] Straw, R.J. and C.C. Heckscher QWL: New working relationships in the communication industry. Journal of Labour Studies , 9, 261-74. 1984. [3] Normala, Daud, Investigating the Relationship between Quality of Work Life and Organizational Commitment amongst Employees in Malaysian Firms”, International Journal of Business and Management . Vol.5 (10

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Relationships among Work Life, Mental Health Status and Organisation-based Self-esteem

–41. Korman, A. K. (1976). Hypothesis of work behavior revisited and an extension. Acad. Manag. Rev ., 1, 50–63. Markham, L. G. (2010). Quality of Work Life as Predictor of Employees’ Mental Health . University of the Free State Bloemfontein, p. 200. Available at: http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.475.6713&rep=rep1&type=pdf Martel, J. P., Dupuis G. (2006). Quality of work life: Theoretical and methodological problems, and presentation of new model and measuring instrument. Soc. Indicator Res ., 77 , 333–368. Norman, G. (2010

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Original article. Work-related quality of life scale among Singaporean nurses

References 1. World Health Organization. Unemployment, poverty and quality of working life-innovative interventions to counteract damaging health effects. Vienna: WHO; 1987. 2. Beasley JW, Karsh BT, Hagenauer ME, Marchand L, Sainfort F. Quality of work life of independent vs. employed family physicians in Wisconsin: a WReN study. Annals of Family Medicine.2005; 3:500-6. 3. Rowe AK, de Savigny D, Lanata CF, Victora CG. How can we achieve and maintain high-quality performance of health workers in low

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Burned Out Or Just Frustrated? Reasons Why Physical Education Teachers Leave Their Profession

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This work focuses on the reasons why physical education (PE) teachers leave their profession. The study included 80 individuals who decided to leave a teaching profession in 2013. A diagnostic poll method with the use of the QWL (Quality of Work Life) index was employed in the study. It was observed that there are usually a number of reasons why they give up their job, the most important being financial reasons. Their decision is influenced by the accumulation of professional and personal problems as well as their inability to solve them. The findings showed that teachers‘ departure from the profession is generally associated with the issue of burnout; however, financial reasons are most frequently ones that directly affect this decision.

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Professional career management and personal development for the employees of the Romanian medical system

References Bettina, L. B. (1996) Career Resilience . Columbus: ERIC Clearinghouse on Adult, Career and Vocational Education. Fottler, M. D. and Bain, T. (1984) Realism of Occupational Choice Among High School Seniors: Implications for Quality of Work Life, Occupational Behaviour. Hahaianu, L. (2000) Human Resource Management, Rentrop & Straton Publishing House, Bucharest. Lefter, V., Deaconu, A., Manolescu, A. (2012) Human Resource Management, Pro Universitaria Publishing House, Bucharest. Tasica, Luminita Catalina (1997

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Estrategias de mejora de la calidad de vida laboral en mipymes turisticas
Strategies of quality of working life in a touristic small and medium-sized enterprises

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The descriptive research, experimental, cross-sectional and correlational of the quality of working life of perceived workers by employees of tourist businesses, presented type, is the continuation of the research project running at its initial stage described and correlated to obtain a given model, now strategies were designed and applied in a case study, determining the confidence in the original predictive theoretical approach, given that an improvement is denoted in that quality of life in all the experienced dimensions: support institution for work, workplace safety, workplace integration, job satisfaction, well-being achieved through work, personal development and administration of employee time. Was applied after the experiment the same ideal instrument, which was used earlier to measure the sector (CVT- GOHISALO) covering 7 alluded dimensions, including using the test statistic T Student was found that the strategies established impacted by increasing satisfaction of workers in different lines. The contribution to knowledge is the ratification of the proposed for each dimension of quality of work life of workers in the tourism sector in small and medium sized businesses predictive model.

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The Importance of Human Resource Planning in Industrial Enterprises

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Linking job expectation, career perception, intention to stay: Evidence from generation Y

experiences, job involvement, and quality of work life among information systems personnel, MIS Quarterly , Vol. 18 No. 2, pp. 175-201. [11] Hurst J. L., & Good, L. K. (2009). Generation Y and career choice The impact of retail career perceptions, expectations and entitlement perceptions. Career Development International Vol. 14 No. 6, pp. 570-593. [12] Keenan, A., & Newton, T. (1984). Frustrations in organizations: relationships to role stress, climate and psychological strain, Journal of Occupational Psychology , Vol. 57, pp. 57-66. [13] Kumar M

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