Workforce Dynamics

Workforce Dynamics

  • Sneha Dohare added an answer:
    Can anyone suggest research papers on strategies managing of workforce diversity?
    see above
    Sneha Dohare · institute of management studies roorkee
    Thank you......
  • Eila Burns added an answer:
    Can anyone help with teacher workforce diversity?
    Have you published or do you know any publications on teacher workforce diversity? I would be very interested in reading any research papers concerning this topic and in particular those that discuss hidden teacher diversities.
    Eila Burns · Jyväskylän ammattikorkeakoulu
    Dear Thor and Lois, Thank you very much for your suggestions. Literature on cultural diversity definitely is useful and interesting. I'll get hold of the book from Norwegian colleagues, it sounds interesting too. Thanks again.
  • Surjit Singha added an answer:
    Factors of Workforce diversity in an organization or workplace?
    What are the factors of the workforce diversity? Which are the elements? Any suggestions recommendations?
    Thank You : Does any one have Scale or Questionnaire for Workforce Diversity or Multi-Cultural Workforce? If so Kindly e-mail surjit.singha@res.christuniversity.in or URL
  • Farshi Amir added an answer:
    Are there notable benefits/biases in the current economy to have a PhD vs a Master's degree?
    It seems that having a graduate degree should increase your desirability of employment in the current US economy but does having one degree type over another carry any weigh or bias with industry employers?
    Farshi Amir · Research Institute of Petroleum Industry (RIPI)
    Dear Kimberly ,suzanne Master degree/Phd degree normally are required for research position job that will be located in university /or research comapny. Engineering company normally request employe with BS degree for example in linkedin if you are accesse to position job request you will find that they want BS degree. for engineering work BS degree is enough.
  • David Holland added an answer:
    Do you think workforce redesign policies will impact on the role boundaries of generalist podiatrists?
    (UK only). Policies such as AQP, commissioning reports, etc., do you think the role boundaries of generalists will change? Do you have any concerns? Do you think there will be opportunities in the NHS and private sector for generalists?
    David Holland · Durham University
    Hi Sam, It's inevitable that podiatry will become more specialised. I think the days of the generalist are numbered I'm afraid. Podiatry is low on the priorities list in the NHS. Eventually I'm sure that AQP will take the majority of patients, and podiatry will shrink further into small specialist units - surgery - diabetes care (but only as part of a team. Biomech is already the province of the orthotist rather than pod in many Trusts. David
  • Venkat Kaundinya asked a question:
    Motivation survey
    Please spare a few minutes and have a look at this survey questionnaire prepared for understanding employee engagement in current Indian corporate scenario. Please fill up this form and I will send you the detailed report of the results soon. http://desikarmik.blogspot.com/ Also let me know your inputs about the survey items, if the survey seems lengthy, some items are ambiguous etc. Thanks & regards, Venkat.

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Understand dynamics of changing workforce priorities in different societies

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