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Dear fellow researchers,
I conducted a Systematic Literature Review (SLR) of religious employees' workplace struggles. The research aim is rather broad, i.e., to synthesize the knowledge from the existing literature regarding workplace struggles faced by religious employees. And consequently, presenting suggestions/pathways for future research on this topic.
Long story short, the paper is now in the second round of review and received positive feedback from the reviewers. However, the editor also asks one critical question regarding the theoretical contributions of my study.
I know it will be a bit hard for you to answer this question given that you haven't read the paper. Nevertheless, to give you an illustration, my study has a 'literature review' section. The theories I cited in that section are general theories to cover the workplace struggles these religious employees face.
For instance, I used Social Identity and Stigma theories, as general theories that broadly explain why employees adhering to particular religion face difficulties in the workplace.
Then, to phrase the editor's words, the editor said: "I cannot see what the contributions of your paper to SIT and Stigma theories are"
I have ideas in mind about how I should answer the editor's question. Such as:
1) that my SLR is a standalone SLR and I could cite some references mentioning that a standalone SLR design is not to strengthen a particular existing theory.
2) that the contribution(s) of my paper is not on particular theory development (i.e., not to develop the SIT/Stigma theory) but to present a bigger portrait of employees' struggle as based on religious belief.
But I'm aware that these answers sound weak, and escapist and might not satisfy the editor. Hence, I'm asking this question to gain insights from fellow researchers here. Maybe you have ideas/experiences to handle such an editor's concern? Or maybe you are a journal editor yourself and could enlighten me: what kind of answers the editor wants to hear by asking such a question?
Many thanks in advance!
Best regards,
Linando
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Dear Jaya Addin Linando,
I think, the issue the editor has may stem from your position
"I conducted a Systematic Literature Review (SLR) of religious employees' workplace struggles."
considering only religious employees' workplace struggles, whereas employers may incur certain problems in having religious employees as well.
Many years ago, I was a middle level manager in a big famous microelectronics company located in the heart of the US "Silicon Valley." One day I was called by my manager to urgently come to his office. He told me that one of my engineers during working hours was found sleeping in a chair, in a dark room, where marketing materials were stored. A woman, who came into the dark room to pick up some advertising fliers, ran into him and both of them fell on the floor. That added gas to the fire and the whole scandal got erupted. I had a following on meeting with that employee and asked him to explain what had happened. He hesitated a little bit at first, but then he told me his version of the event. He explained that he is a practicing certain denomination Christian, and he has to pray several times a day. So that that marketing storage room once in a while well served for him those purposes. The USA do not discriminate people of any religion in laws and employment practices. At the same time, if people need special accommodations during employment, they ought to let it know during the hiring process. To make story short, I think your SLR should be considering not only religious employees' struggles but employers' reciprocal issues as well. That would make it possible to understand the full picture.
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This is not a laboratory experiment where we are able to control all of the variables. This is a bit more working-world application experiment. What I'm seeing in the research is a lot around the cadence of giving the spaced review before the final assessment and types of questions to use. However, as we are doing this in a workplace with optional participation, some of the additional variables we have to consider in designing the experiment are how long the tests should be available (without messing up the cadence too much) and how many times does each concept need to be retrieved in a spaced retrieval session (aka mini-testing) to be effective?
Thank you!
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Eftychia Aslanidou Thank you! The book didn't come up when I clicked, but the other two did. I think that last one might be the most helpful, but I need to get the full text to be sure. I suspect (since I've read a newer comprehensive meta-analysis) it won't have the answers but it's worth checking out!
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There are increase incidence of news report in developing countries against doctors and nurses by relatives and care givers. A recent even that occurred on the 31st Dec 2022, was a doctor beaten on the spot to death despite, his faithfulness in upholding his hippocratic oath , and with the serious shortage of doctors in these countries as politician continue to loot and destroy the economy : any relationship between economy growth rate of a nation to incedence of work place assaults against health workers? any publications ?
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To me, its like biological warfare. In order to conquer/weaken a nation by keeping them sick by erradicating the medical care including doctors and nurses etc. A fertile area of research.
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I would like to use the Edmonton Research Orientation Survey (EROS) and the Barriers to Research Utilization Scale (BARRIERS) in conducting nursing study in my workplace
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Dear fellow researchers,
I conducted a Systematic Literature Review (SLR) of religious employees' workplace struggles. The research aim is rather broad, i.e., to synthesize the knowledge from the existing literature regarding workplace struggles faced by religious employees. And consequently, presenting suggestions/pathways for future research on this topic.
Long story short, the paper is now in the second round of review and received positive feedback from the reviewers. However, the editor also asks one critical question regarding the theoretical contributions of my study.
I know it will be a bit hard for you to answer this question given that you haven't read the paper. Nevertheless, to give you an illustration, my study has a 'literature review' section. The theories I cited in that section are general theories to cover the workplace struggles these religious employees face.
For instance, I used Social Identity and Stigma theories, as general theories that broadly explain why employees adhering to particular religion face difficulties in the workplace.
Then, to phrase the editor's words, the editor said: "I cannot see what the contributions of your paper to SIT and Stigma theories are"
I have ideas in mind about how I should answer the editor's question. Such as:
1) that my SLR is a standalone SLR and I could cite some references mentioning that a standalone SLR design is not to strengthen a particular existing theory.
2) that the contribution(s) of my paper is not on particular theory development (i.e., not to develop the SIT/Stigma theory) but to present a bigger portrait of employees' struggle as based on religious belief.
But I'm aware that these answers sound weak and escapist and consequently might not satisfy the editor. Hence, I'm asking this question to gain insights from fellow researchers here. Maybe you have ideas/experiences to handle such an editor's concern? Or maybe you are a journal editor yourself and could enlighten me: what kind of answers the editor wants to hear by asking such a question?
Many thanks in advance!
Best regards,
Linando
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Once upon a time, review articles summarised contributions to a particular theory in order to identify gaps in that theory that need to be filled. Unfortunately, these times are over, and reviews have become semi-automated annotated bibliographies. Without knowing your field I can only speculate but my speculation is this:
- Social identity theory and stigma theory are highly abstract, parsimonious and closed theories that explain processes in the field only in very general terms. They function as interpretive schemes rather than explanatory tools. What they are unlikely to do is explain why employees adhering to a particular religion in a specific way face specific difficulties in particular circumstances. For this, you would need a middle-range theory that links specific sets of conditions to particular social mechanisms and their specific outcomes.
- Because the two theories serve as interpretive schemes rather than explanatory tools, it is very difficult to contribute to them with empirical research. The literatureyou reviewed uses them without changing them (i.e. without contributing to them).
- Because the literature you reviewed does not contribute to these theories, your review cannot contribute to them either.
- What would be necessary (and could be your contribution) is pointing out the things that cannot be explained by the two theories and outlining what a more specific (less abstract) theory could contribute to advancing the field. For example, a more specific theory would need to include typologies of workplaces, workplace struggles, religious employees, conflict resolution processes, and outcomes.
I apologise again because this is all ill-informed speculation. I mainly outlined a pattern that I have seen in fields I know more about.
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Hello,
I need to use CI in gitlab for a simulink model. I haven't found anything on internet beside official math work site (they have one documentation about that). Have anyone worked with CI for simulink models?
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The article appended below will be able to provide you with an answer.
Continuous Integration for Verification of Simulink Models
By David Boissy, Paul Urban, Krishna Balasubramanian, Pablo Romero Cumbreras, Colin Branch, and Jemima Pulipati, MathWorks
This is the first article in a two-part series. Part 1 looks at leveraging GitLab® for version control and Jenkins® for continuous integration (CI). Part 2, Continuous Integration for Verification of Simulink Models Using GitLab, looks at using GitLab for both version control and CI.
Continuous integration (CI) is gaining in popularity and becoming an integral part of Model-Based Design. But what is CI? What are its benefits, and what problems does it attempt to solve? How does Simulink® fit into the CI ecosystem? And how can you best leverage CI for your projects?
If you are familiar with Model-Based Design but new to CI, you may be asking yourself these questions. In this technical article, we explore a common CI workflow and apply it to Model-Based Design. Then, we walk through an example of that workflow using Jenkins, GitLab, and Simulink Test™.
The project used in this example is available for download.
What Is CI?
CI is an agile methodology best practice in which developers regularly submit and merge their source code changes into a central repository. These “change sets” are then automatically built, qualified, and released. Figure 1 illustrates this basic CI workflow together with the development workflow.
CI workflow diagram. Developers and test authors develop, test, merge, review and submit changes to version control that are built, tested, packaged, and deployed through a CI pipeline. When complete, build output, artifacts and reports are available
Figure 1. CI workflow.
In the development part of the workflow, models and tests are developed, verified, merged, reviewed, and submitted to a version control system on the developer desktop. The version control system then triggers the automated CI portion of the workflow. The key parts of the CI workflow are:
Build: Source code and models become object files and executables.
Test: Testing is performed as a quality gate.
Package: Executables, documentation, artifacts, and other deliverables are bundled for delivery to end users.
Deploy: Packages are deployed to the production environment.
Together, these four steps are known as the CI “pipeline.” The pipeline is typically automated, and it can take anywhere from minutes to days to complete, depending on the system. It is worth noting that throughout these steps, numerous artifacts are created, such as bills of materials, test results, and reports.
CI workflows are often paired with developer workflows related to version control systems. In these workflows, developers often keep their changes in local repositories and use a local CI pipeline to qualify their changes prior to deployment.
What Are the Benefits of CI?
Teams that have implemented CI typically report the following benefits:
Repeatability. The CI pipeline provides a consistent and repeatable automated process for building, testing, packaging, and deployment. Repeatable automation allows developers to focus on necessary work and save time on a project. It is also an important aspect of risk reduction and is often a requirement for certification.
Quality assurance. Manual testing is effective, but it is often based on days-old snapshots and lacks repeatability. With CI, changes are always tested against the most recent code base.
Reduced development time. Repeatable processes with built-in quality assurance led to faster delivery of high-quality products. Automated deployment means that your code is always production ready.
Improved collaboration. With CI, developers have a defined process for managing change sets and merging their code into the production line. Consistent processes make managing large teams possible and reduce the cost of ramping up new developers.
Audit-ready code. The CI workflow provides an extensive audit trail. For every change making its way through the CI pipeline, it’s possible to identify who made the change, who reviewed it, and the nature of the change, as well as dependencies, tests and their results, and any number of related reports and artifacts generated along the way.
How Does Model-Based Design Fit into CI?
By design, the CI workflow and tools are language- and domain-neutral. This means that the challenge is to teach CI tools, systems, and processes to speak Model-Based Design—in other words, to make Simulink® and related tools the lingua franca of the CI workflow.
This can be done by integrating three key components of Model-Based Design into the CI workflow: verification, code generation, and testing (Figure 2). Model-Based Design emphasizes early verification, which maps to the CI pipeline with a Verify phase before the Build phase. Code generation takes place in the Build phase. Dynamic testing through simulation and static analysis of generated code can be done in the Test phase.
An illustration of a Model-Based Design C I workflow in which a change to the model triggers the C I pipeline to verify the change, build, test, package, and deploy the artifacts.
Figure 2. Model-Based Design mapped to CI pipeline.
Here is an overview of how we teach the CI workflow to speak Model-Based Design:
Develop. MATLAB®, Simulink, coders, and toolboxes are used for development activities. MATLAB Projects are used to organize work, collaborate, and interface with version control systems.
Test. Simulink Check™ is used to perform model quality checks before simulation and code generation. Simulink Test is used to develop, manage, and execute simulation-based tests. Simulink Coverage™ is used to measure coverage and assess test effectiveness. The quality checks, test results, and coverage metrics can then be used as a quality gate for developers to qualify their work.
Merge. The Compare Files and Folders feature of MATLAB is used to compare and merge MATLAB files. The Model Comparison Tool is used to compare and merge Simulink models.
Review. Review is the final step in the quality process before changes are submitted to the version control system. Changes to MATLAB scripts and Simulink models are reviewed here. Test results from prequalification are also reviewed as a final quality gate prior to submission.
Submit. MATLAB projects provide an interface to version control systems.
Verify. Simulink Check, the same tool used for local verification, is used for automated verification within the CI system.
Build. MATLAB Coder™, Simulink Coder™, and Embedder Coder® are used to generate code for software-in-the-loop (SIL) testing.
Test. Simulink Test, the same tool used for local testing, is used for automated testing within the CI system.
Package and deploy. Packaging is where executables, documentation, artifacts, and other deliverables are bundled up for delivery to end users. Deployment is the release of the packaged software. In workflows for Model-Based Design, these phases vary widely among organizations and groups, and often involve bundling different builds and certification artifacts into a product ready for delivery to other teams.
Modern development tools and practices enable developers to create more robust systems and test functionality early and often. When a CI system is integrated into the workflow, unit-level testing and system-level testing are automated. This means that the developer can focus on developing new features, not on verifying that features have been integrated correctly.
The following case study describes a workflow that incorporates CI and Model-Based Design.
Case Study: A Simulink Model Verified, Built, and Tested Within a CI System
In this example we use Model-Based Design with CI to perform requirements-based testing on an automotive lane-following system (Figure 3).
Left, a screenshot showing a Lane-Following Example Model in Simulink. Right, a screenshot showing the Bird’s-Eye Scope of a Lane-Following Example Model in Simulink.
Figure 3. Lane-following system model.
The pipeline we’ll be using (Figure 4) is executed with each Jenkins build.
Diagram showing actions performed in a Lane-Following Example pipeline, including verify standards compliance, build model, and execute test cases, in order, and all three leading to a package artifacts step.
Figure 4. Pipeline for a lane-following example.
The phases in the pipeline are as follows:
Verify standards compliance: A MATLAB Unit script runs a simple Model Advisor check. The assessment criteria ensure that the model does not have unconnected lines.
Build model: A MATLAB Unit test file builds production SIL code for our model. The assessment criteria passes if the build succeeds without warning.
Execute test cases: A test suite in Simulink Test uses several driving scenarios to test the lane-following controller. Three assessment criteria are used to verify satisfactory operation of the controller:
Collision avoidance: The ego car does not collide with the lead car at any point during the driving scenario.
Safe distance maintenance: The time gap between the ego car and the lead car is above 1.5 seconds. The time gap between the two cars is defined as the ratio of the calculated headway and the ego car velocity.
Lane following: The lateral deviation from the centerline of the lane is within 0.2 m.
Package artifacts: Each of the previous stages produces artifacts, including a Model Advisor report, a generated executable, and a set of test results that can be archived for future use or reference.
Workflow Steps
The workflow consists of the following steps (Figure 5):
Trigger a build in Jenkins and observe that the Verify and Build stages pass.
Detect a test case failure in Jenkins.
Reproduce the issue on our desktop MATLAB.
Fix the issue in the model by relaxing the assessment criteria.
Test locally to ensure the test case passes.
Merge and review the changes on the testing branch.
Commit the change to Git and trigger a build in Jenkins.
Verify, build, and test in Jenkins.
Diagram showing how users can submit a change to version control, triggering the CI pipeline. The change is verified, built, tested, packaged and deployed. If a stage fails, users can resubmit to version control by following the previous steps.
Figure 5. Example workflow.
Our first failed pass through the CI loop is illustrated at the top left. It shows the CI test failure, local reproduction, criteria relaxing, and successful completion of the CI workflow.
Workflow Details
We begin by triggering a build in Jenkins by selecting Build Now. The Simulink Check checks and code generation pass.
A screenshot of the Jenkins Dashboard dropdown menu. Build Now is selected.
Next, we detect a test case failure in the second verify phase. The test case LFACC_Curve_CutInOut_TooClose in test suite LaneFollowingTestScenarios fails the assessment criteria.
A screenshot of a failure summary.
To understand the failure better, we reproduce the failure locally using Simulink Test. We open test file LaneFollowingTestScenarios.mldatx and run test case LFACC_Curve_CutInOut_TooClose. Note that it fails the Safe Distance assessment criteria. More flexibility in establishing the time gap between the lead car and ego car is required.
A screenshot of Simulink Test window with the passed assessment criteria.
With an understanding of the problem, we now fix the issue. We open the LaneFollowingTestBenchExample.slx model and navigate to the Collision Detection/Test Assessments Test Sequence block. The first assessment asserts that the time gap between the ego and the lead car should not dip below 1.5 seconds for more than 2 seconds at a time.
GlobalAssessments
% Ensure that the time gap between the ego vehicle and lead vehicle does not dip below
% 1.5s for more than 2s at a time.
verify(duration(time_gap < 1.5, sec) < 2);
% Verify that no collision was detected
verify(~collision);
% Verify that the absolute value of lateral deviation from the lane centerline does not exceed 0.2m
% for more than 5s at a time.
verify(duration(abs(lateral_deviation) > 0.2, sec) < 5);
This assessment is too restrictive for the aggressive driving maneuver being tested. For the purposes of this example, we relax the assessment criteria to ensure that the time gap does not dip below 0.8 seconds for more than 5 seconds at a time.
GlobalAssessments
% Ensure that the time gap between the ego vehicle and lead vehicle does not dip below
% 0.8s for more than 5s at a time.
verify(duration(time_gap < 0.8, sec) < 5);
% Verify that no collision was detected
verify(~collision);
% Verify that the absolute value of lateral deviation from the lane centerline does not exceed 0.2m
% for more than 5s at a time.
verify(duration(abs(lateral_deviation) > 0.2, sec) < 5);
The issue appears fixed in our simulation. To confirm, we test locally, saving the model and rerunning the test in the test manager. Notice that it passes with the new assessment criteria.
A screenshot of Simulink Test window with the passed assessment criteria.
We have fixed the issue and verified locally. We now use the Model Comparison tool to review the changes before committing them to version control.
A screenshot showing the comparison of old and new changes within the Model Comparison tool.
We could also use the Publish feature of the Model Comparison tool to review the code.
A screenshot showing the comparison of old and new changes when the Publish feature of Model Comparison tool is used.
With the bug fixed, we push these changes to GitLab with MATLAB projects, adding a commit message to note the change to the assessment criteria.
We then note the latest commit in GitLab.
GitLab automatically triggers a build in Jenkins. The Jenkins Project dashboard shows the build status and progress.
A screenshot of the Jenkins project dashboard showing the build status and progress via a loading bar.
The Jenkins build runs. We see that the verify, build, and test pipeline phases now pass.
We can now start a merge request to merge the changes in the test branch into the master branch. In GitLab, under Repository we select Branches then click Merge request next to the latest commit on the test branch.
We complete the form and submit the merge request.
As the owners of the branch, we can accept the merge request by clicking the Merge button. All changes are now captured on the main branch.
A screenshot showing the message that shows up when a merge request is successful.
Using the Example: Tools, Resources, and Requirements
The following sections outline resources to help you get started, the tools you will require, and how they should be configured.
Configuring Systems
Jenkins is leveraged as our CI system and GitLab as our version control system. MATLAB, Jenkins, and GitLab must be configured to work together. The following tutorials will help with setup.
Configure Our MATLAB Project
Configure Jenkins
Configure GitLab to Trigger Jenkins
The tutorials are specific to GitLab and Jenkins, but the concepts can apply to other version control and CI systems.
Tools Required
The following tools are required for this example:
Jenkins installation version 2.7.3 or later. Jenkins is used for continuous integration.
MATLAB Plugin for Jenkins version 1.0.3 or later. MATLAB, Simulink, and Simulink Test all leverage this plugin to communicate with Jenkins. Learn more on GitHub.
Additional plugins required:
GitLab
TAP Plugin
HTML Publisher Plugin
GitLab account. GitLab is used for source control and is available as a cloud service. MATLAB Projects include a Git interface for communication with GitLab.
License Considerations for CI
If you plan to perform CI on many hosts or on the cloud, contact continuous-integration@mathworks.com for help. Note: Transformational products such as MathWorks® coder and compiler products may require Client Access Licenses (CALs).
Appendix: Configuring MATLAB, GitLab, and Jenkins
Step 1. Configure MATLAB project to use source control
The first step in our example is to configure our project to use source control with GitLab.
Create a new directory named MBDExampleWithGitAndJenkins, load the example into it, and open the MATLAB Project MBDExampleWithGitAndJenkins.prj.
In GitLab, create a new project that will be the remote repository. Name it MBDExampleWithGitAndJenkins and record the URL where it is hosted.
In MATLAB, convert the project to use source control. On the Project tab, click Use Source Control.
A screenshot showing the Project tab in MATLAB, with the ‘Use Source Control’ button selected.
Click Add Project to Source Control.
A screenshot of the Source Control Information pop-up. Integration is set to none and the repository location is not applicable. It states no source control system detected for the project root and has a button saying add project to source control.
Click Convert.
A pop-up for Add to Source Control. The source control tool is selected as Git and the project root is given. There is a convert button.
Click Open Project when done.
A screenshot showing files being added to Source Control. The files have passed all checks and an ‘open project’ button is present. A Git menu with several buttons and logistics appears.
The project is now under local Git source control.
Step 2. Commit changes and push local repository to GitLab
On the Project tab, click Remote.
A screenshot of the MATLAB Project tab with ‘Remote’ highlighted.
Specify the URL of the remote origin in GitLab.
A screenshot of the Set Remote pop-up. It has a form for specifying a U R L for the origin remote. The given U R L is blurred and there is a validate button along with an OK button at the bottom.
Click Validate to ensure the connection to the remote repository is successful and click OK. The project is now configured to push and pull changes with GitLab.
Click Commit to perform an initial commit.
A screenshot of the MATLAB project tab with the Commit button highlighted.
A screenshot of the comment window with the commit message as Initial commit.
Click Push to push all changes from the local repository to the remote GitLab repository.
A screenshot of the MATLAB project tab with the Push button selected.
Refresh the GitLab dashboard and observe the contents of the MATLAB project.
A screenshot of the GitLab dashboard where the empty project was updated with the contents that were pushed previously.
Step 3: Create testing branch
In this step we create a testing branch for testing and verifying changes before merging with the main branch.
Click Branches.
A screenshot of the MATLAB Project tab with the Branches button selected.
Expand the Branch and Tag Creation section, name the branch “Test,” and click Create.
A screenshot of Branches window with the Branches and Tag creation section expanded. The name of the branch is Test and a create button that is available next to it can be used to create the branch.
Observe Test in the branch browser. From the Test branch click Switch then Close.
A screenshot of the Branches window where the current branch selected is Test. A switch button that is available next to it can be used to switch the existing branch to Test branch. A close button that is available below can be used to close the window.
In MATLAB select Push to push these changes to GitLab and observe the Test branch in GitLab.
A screenshot showing the GitLab dashboard. The test branch is selected, and corresponding contents of the branch are shown.
Step 4: Configure Jenkins to call MATLAB
Install two required plugins:
GitLab plugin — This plugin allows GitLab to trigger Jenkins builds and display their results in the GitLab UI.
MATLAB plugin — This plugin integrates MATLAB with Jenkins and provides the Jenkins interface to call MATLAB and Simulink.
Select New Item and create a new FreeStyle project named MBDExampleUsingGitAndJenkins.
Under Source Code Management, enable Git, point Jenkins to our GitLab repository, and enter the Test branch to build. Note: Login or password and GitLab API token are required.
Configure the build trigger to run a build when a push request is made to the Test branch in GitLab. In the Build Triggers section select Advanced > secret token. This token is used by GitLab to request a build and authenticate with Jenkins. Make a note of the secret token and the GitLab webhook.
Configure the build environment. Select Use MATLAB version and enter the MATLAB root.
Configure the build step.
Click Add build step and choose Run MATLAB Command. Enter the command openProject('SltestLaneFollowingExample.prj'); LaneFollowingExecModelAdvisor
to open the project and run model advisor checks.
Click Add build step and choose Run MATLAB Command again. Enter the command: openProject('SltestLaneFollowingExample.prj'); LaneFollowingExecControllerBuild
Click Add build step and choose Run MATLAB Tests. Select TAP test results and Cobertura code coverage to complete the build configuration.
Step 5. Publishing TAP results
Click Add post-build action > Publish TAP Results. Enter the relative path where the TAP test results will be published.
This action parses the TAP test results and makes them viewable when TAP Extended Test Results is selected. The output contains an overview of the executed test cases, the results summary, and logs from the MATLAB console.
A screenshot of a dropdown menu on the dashboard with ‘T A P Extended Test Results’ highlighted.
The TAP plugin also collects the results of the latest test executions and displays a health diagram as shown below. You can access any previous build by clicking on the diagram.
A graph of T A P test results showing the Jenkins build number on the x-axis and the T A P Tests Count on the y-axis. Tests are color coded as failed, passed, skipped or To Do. As the build number increases, the number of passed tests rises as well.
Step 6. Publishing HTML reports
Click Add post-build action > Publish HTML reports. Enter the relative root path where the HTML report will be published and the filename of the index page that is in the path.
Add as many entries as there are HTML reports to be published. In this scenario, there are two web reports: The Model Advisor Summary and the Code Generation Report. These are standard reports created with MATLAB built-in functions. You can add custom HTML reports.
You will find a report link corresponding to the last build for every HTML report on the main Jenkins job page. If you activate the checkbox “Always link to last build” under publishing options, the plugin will publish reports for the last build regardless of the build status. If this checkbox is not activated, the plugin will only link to the last “successful” build.
Step 7. Configuring GitLab to trigger a build in Jenkins
Configure GitLab to trigger an automatic build in Jenkins when a new push occurs on the master branch. To do this, navigate to Settings > Webhooks. Use the webhook URL and the secret token provided by Jenkins in the Build Trigger configuration and select Push events.
Note: Use a fully qualified domain name in the URL section in place of localhost so that GitLab can find the Jenkins installation.
A screenshot of the Webhooks pop-up with the U R L form filled in, Secret Token field unfilled, and ‘Push Events’ checked off under ‘Trigger’ with a form to fill in the Trigger.
In the Test pulldown, select Push Events to test the integration. GitLab will show the message “Hook executed successfully: HTTP 200” and Jenkins will start a build.
A screenshot of the Project Hooks pop-up with the enabled webhook details.
Step 8. Configuring Jenkins-to-GitLab authentication
To publish a Jenkins build status automatically on GitLab, you must configure the Jenkins-to-GitLab authentication.
Create a personal access token on GitLab with API scope selected.
A screenshot of the pop-up for Personal Access Tokens with forms for adding the name, expiration date, and scope for the token named GitLabToJenkins. Under ‘Scopes,’ ‘a p i’ is checked, which grants complete read/write access to the A P I.
Copy the token and create a GitLab connection under Jenkins Configure System.
Note: Connections can be reused over multiple Jenkins jobs and may be configured globally if the user has at least “maintainer” rights.
Step 9. Integrating Jenkins into the GitLab pipeline
To integrate Jenkins into the GitLab pipeline you must configure the GitLab connection in Jenkins and publish the job status to GitLab.
Select the GitLab Connection in the General section of your Jenkins job.
Add a post-build action to publish build status to GitLab.
Note: This action has no parameter and will use the existing GitLab connection to publish the build status on GitLab and create bidirectional traceability for every commit and merge request.
A screenshot of the added post-build action which indicates to Publish build status to GitLab. There is a button for Advanced options.
Step 10: Visualizing requirements-based testing metrics (R2020b)
Requirements-based testing metrics let you assess the status and quality of your requirements-based testing activities. The metrics results can be visualized using the Model Testing Dashboard.
Create a file called collectModelTestingResults.m based on the function shown below. This function will initialize the metrics engine infrastructure and collect all available model metrics.
function collectModelTestingResults()
% metric capability added in R2020a
if exist('metric')
metricIDs = [...
"ConditionCoverageBreakdown" "CoverageDataService"...
"DecisionCoverageBreakdown" "ExecutionCoverageBreakdown"...
"MCDCCoverageBreakdown" "OverallConditionCoverage"...
"OverallDecisionCoverage" "OverallExecutionCoverage"...
"OverallMCDCCoverage" "RequirementWithTestCase"...
"RequirementWithTestCaseDistribution" "RequirementWithTestCasePercentage"...
"RequirementsPerTestCase" "RequirementsPerTestCaseDistribution"...
"TestCaseStatus" "TestCaseStatusDistribution"...
"TestCaseStatusPercentage" "TestCaseTag"...
"TestCaseTagDistribution" "TestCaseType"...
"TestCaseTypeDistribution" "TestCaseWithRequirement"...
"TestCaseWithRequirementDistribution" "TestCaseWithRequirementPercentage"...
"TestCasesPerRequirement" "TestCasesPerRequirementDistribution"...
];
% collect all metrics for initial reconcile
E = metric.Engine();
execute(E, metricIDs);
end
end
Add this file to your project and to the path.
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Extract and copy into a local copy of the same version of the project that was used to run the CI job.
Open the project in MATLAB and launch the Model Testing Dashboard.
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EMBS publication In association with University of Yaounde I, PO Box 812, Yaoundé, Cameroon. Publication Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30950335
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Eminent Biosciences(EMBS) and Alagappa University, Tamil Nadu, India. Publication Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30950335
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Eminent Biosciences(EMBS) and Ballets Olaeta Kalea, 4, 48014 Bilbao, Bizkaia, Spain. Publication Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29199918
Eminent Biosciences(EMBS) and Hospital for Genetic Diseases, Osmania University, Hyderabad - 500 016, Telangana, India. Publication Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28472910
Eminent Biosciences(EMBS) and School of Ocean Science and Technology, Kerala University of Fisheries and Ocean Studies, Panangad-682 506, Cochin, India. Publication Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27964704
Eminent Biosciences(EMBS) and CODEWEL Nireekshana-ACET, Hyderabad, Publication Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26770024
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Eminent Biosciences(EMBS) and LPU University, Phagwara, Punjab, India. Publication Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31030499
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Eminent Biosciences(EMBS) and Gandhi Medical College and Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad 500 038, India. Publication Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27450915
Eminent Biosciences(EMBS) and National College (Affiliated to Bharathidasan University), Tiruchirapalli, 620 001 Tamil Nadu, India. Publication Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27266485
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Eminent Biosciences(EMBS) and School of Chemical & Biotechnology, SASTRA University, Thanjavur, India Publication Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25579569
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Principal Scientist & Director,
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EMBS publication In association with University of Minnesota Duluth, Duluth MN 55811 USA. Publication Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27852211
EMBS publication In association with University of Yaounde I, PO Box 812, Yaoundé, Cameroon. Publication Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30950335
EMBS publication In association with Federal University of Paraíba, João Pessoa, PB, Brazil. Publication Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30693065
Eminent Biosciences(EMBS) and University of Yaoundé I, Yaoundé, Cameroon. Publication Link: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31210847/
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Eminent Biosciences(EMBS) and King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Publication Link: http://www.eurekaselect.com/135585
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Eminent Biosciences(EMBS) and Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad , India. Publication Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28472910
Eminent Biosciences(EMBS) and C.S.I.R – CRISAT, Karaikudi, Tamil Nadu, India. Publication Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30237676
Eminent Biosciences(EMBS) and Karpagam academy of higher education, Eachinary, Coimbatore , Tamil Nadu, India. Publication Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30237672
Eminent Biosciences(EMBS) and Ballets Olaeta Kalea, 4, 48014 Bilbao, Bizkaia, Spain. Publication Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29199918
Eminent Biosciences(EMBS) and Hospital for Genetic Diseases, Osmania University, Hyderabad - 500 016, Telangana, India. Publication Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28472910
Eminent Biosciences(EMBS) and School of Ocean Science and Technology, Kerala University of Fisheries and Ocean Studies, Panangad-682 506, Cochin, India. Publication Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27964704
Eminent Biosciences(EMBS) and CODEWEL Nireekshana-ACET, Hyderabad, Publication Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26770024
Eminent Biosciences(EMBS) and Bharathiyar University, Coimbatore-641046, Tamilnadu, India. Publication Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27919211
Eminent Biosciences(EMBS) and LPU University, Phagwara, Punjab, India. Publication Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31030499
Eminent Biosciences(EMBS) and Department of Bioinformatics, Kerala University, Kerala. Publication Link: http://www.eurekaselect.com/135585
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Hi fellow community!
Do you have any idea how to assess peoples´ ways of expressing power in workplace business meetings with regard to differences in face-to-face vs. online meetings?
Furthermore, what are your ideas for different characteristics of experimental conditions representing varying corporate hierarchical structure (high vs. low hierarchy) in face-to-face vs. online meetings?
Thanks for your creative support!
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Face-to-face meetings “build stronger, more meaningful business relationships,” they said, while allowing better social opportunities to bond with clients and coworkers. It is also easier to read body language and facial expressions and interpret nonverbal communication signals.
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Looking into workplace bullying came across the definition "Revenge" as experessed its a platform within organisational culture.
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Revenge, AT THE MARGIN OF THE SITE OR PLACE WHERE IT IS FROM, IS ALWAYS VENGEANCE, since it is aggressive conduct (of whatever type and implicit or explicit) that is neither classified nor classified by where it occurs; Well, revenge is retaliation against a person or group in response to an injury received (or perceived as such) is something innate in the human being and appears in all kinds of cultures, places and historical moments.
Another thing is that such revenge is translated into an assumption of MOBBING, but -in this case- it is already typified as said mobbing and not as revenge.
"Before starting a journey of revenge, dig two graves." Confucius.
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Hi, I've built a logistic regression model to find predictors of having a performance issue in the workplace. Staff are either 1 - they have a performance issue, or 0 - they do not.
Approx 50 out of 3000 staff have a performance issue. I've excluded some groups from the dataset before i run the analysis as they have zero individuals in the performance issue group. The standard errors for their coefficients had come up as very large and seemed to indicate an issue. These groups were particular staff grade levels and divisions.
Should i also exclude groups which have only 1, 2 or 3 etc occurrences also? I wonder if they lead to less accurate estimates of the other coefficients. If i do then it affects what characteristics come up as statistically significant. E.g. in one model age is significant, in another disability, in another work location. The p-values move from being just above 0.05 to just below.
Is there a relatively easy way to justify which groups to include/exclude?
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Rob
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In general I would not exclude any, but I would do a with and without analysis. If you do a multilevel analysis of individuals in groups, imbalance is expected and modelled, and unreliable results based on small numbers within group are downplayed.
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If anyone is over 18 and would be interested in taking part in a 15-20minute masters forensic psychology thesis questionnaire please feel free to do so following this link
this is about sexual behaviours and power in a workplace.
Thank you so much
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If you still need help I'd be willing to take part. I am working towards my bachelor's in forensic psychology.
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I am doing a study on happiness at the workplace. I would like to know the best scale available to find the level of happiness.
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Thank you Nilesh Thakre
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I am interested in the topic of spirituality both from a western and an eastern perspective. The topic is of significant interest in recent times in the field of business and to what extent it could be linked to organisational level KPIs. Extracting dimensions and constructs of spirituality from reliable scales is of interest to me.
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Please refer 'Workplace spirituality and employee engagement' article by
Alan M. Saks
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Dear Scholars,
I am planning conduct a survey to understand how employees percieve the present culture of the organization. Do they feel it is enabling their creativity or hindering?
Could anyone please provide me a relevant questionnaire (with scoring instructions) to understand their perception.
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Yes, Gayathiri Sridharan, if that questionnaire firs your requirement, then it is sensible to go ahead.
However, I encourage you to consider the issues raised in the other articles as you write up your research.
Best wishes!
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Resilience is a multidisciplinary dimension which has literature from fields such as physiology, supply chain, crisis management to name a few. However in capturing resilience in the workplace I am interested in identifying a fundamental theory to be utilised in exploring its different avenues and contexts.
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Dear Dr Koswattu,
Sorry my added paper did not work but it is here on Rg:
Moral Distress and its Interconnection with Moral Sensitivity and Moral Resilience: Viewed from the Philosophy of Viktor E. Frankl
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  • Journal of Bioethical Inquiry 10(3)
  • DOI:
  • 10.1007/s11673-013-9469-0
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  • PubMed
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My research focuses on recruitment and selection, workplace policy and compensation.
What are their challenges?
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Possible changes in the applied practices of human resource management at universities during the SARS-CoV-2 (Covid-19) coronavirus pandemic mainly result from the increase in the scale of using modern ICT, Internet and Industry 4.0 information technologies to improve remote communication as part of remote didactic classes, i.e. online education in the e-learning formula and remote administration in some departments and departments of the university, remotely conducted scientific conferences, symposia, seminars, meetings of departments, meetings of research teams, etc. In order to improve Internet remote communication, Internet videoconferencing platforms are mainly used. All these changes and the increase in digitization and internationalization of remote communication processes are a significant factor in possible changes in the applied HR management practices at universities during a pandemic.
Best regards,
Dariusz Prokopowicz
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This was first published almost 10 years ago.
Now almost a decade later, has there been any progress? Chronic workplace inactivity has been a pandemic in developed societies for much longer than a decade. The healthcare and productivity costs of workplace inactivity are all increasingly well documented. Unfortunately, this sentence from 2012 probably still applies: "Employers often provide break time and specific areas for smoking, yet to do this for exercise may be considered distracting, counterproductive, and/or too expensive." .
Thank you for considering this discussion.
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Donald E. Watenpaugh Such a nice concern about working communities or individuals. Everybody have information about obesity but sitting for long can lead to muscle atrophy that observed in long bed rest patients or the astronauts. While sitting, anti-gravity bones and muscles relaxed and gravity influences decreases, similar phenomenon observed in space. As per the literature, bad lifestyle decreases bone density by 10% per 3-6 months. 6-9 hour sitting is playing havoc with workers life. Govt or company should provide compulsory walk or stretching sessions.
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Hello there,
If you have an interest in empowering women in the workplace.
Could you please guide me to the most appropriate of theories to women's empowerment in professional life in the Middle East!!
Thank you.
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Facilitarle medidas de conciliación vida laboral-vida familiar
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Please share a reliable scale to measure the dimensions of work place syndromes in management domain. Can anybody suggest which are the major dimensions of work place syndromes to be considered in a management research ?
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What do you mean by workplace syndromes?
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Dear Academicians,
We are developing certain education technology related products related to curriculum management.
We are grateful to have your valuable feedback if you are an Academician (Teacher, Medical Educationist or from Administration) related to your workplace.
Please fill the form and comment below.
Thanks in advance.
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Hello,
I am conducting a research on workplace employee relations and their workplace behavior. I am searching the theory behind the issue. Please suggest me the good research paper(s) or suggest me the theory.
Regards
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Workplace employee relations are always competition based environment.
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For my MSC in Occupational Psychology, I am currently working on my dissertation which is about whether workload has an effect on the relationship between work engagement and career commitment. I have started data collection yesterday and with my deadline nearly a month away, I need more participants asap. So if anyone is interested in doing this study, you just need to complete an online questionnaire which will not take longer than 20 minutes.
This is the link to the questionnaire if anyone is interested: https://goldpsych.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1MQcoQGIzNikoyF
Also, if you can share my questionnaire link to any of your friends, colleagues or family members who you think may be interested in doing this study, then that would be much appreciated as the more participants I have, then the more easier things will be for me.
Thank you!
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Working on quantitative dissertation study that involves individual creativity in the workplace, but finding conflicting validity regarding creative workplace scales. Is there an instrument that measures individual creativity in the workplace with proven validity and reliability? I was working off of Amabile's componential model of creativity. Any help appreciated!
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Thank you so much--appreciate it!
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Reverse mentoring can It be used in your workplace ?
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Dear Doctor Manisha Naithani , thank you for this interesting discussion.
My thoughts & views on reverse mentoring are....
Getting inputs from younger generation is a great idea. They not only bring fresh idea, new knowledge, but also exhibit exuberance. Seniors (in any official capacity) learning from Juniors bring a better balance in the functioning of the organization. The ego " I " will vanish. But, the success of reverse mentoring always depends on the Officials holding higher posts/designations.
Report: Why Reverse Mentoring Works and How to Do It Right
Another Example I can give you is from the Indian Mythology.
Story lines: Lord Shiva asked his son to teach him the sacred knowledge. Murugan agreed to do so provided Shiva was willing to be his disciple.
This story. I am quoting here not to discuss who is big or powerful but,...... the message conveyed in the story is interesting.
Even the God is Willing to Learn (from Junior), -
It is for every one in the world to adopt reverse mentoring devoid of ego and other negative emotions.
Willing and open to get differing views on this.
Thanks for this wonderful opportunity.
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How Can Creative Workplaces Meet Creative Employees? is creative workplace a precondition for the enterpreneurs ?
First of all, (1) select the creative job candidates, then (2) motivate them and stimulate individuals, and last but not least (3) accept the birth of new ideas. To achieve the goals a suitable environment has to be secured, in which workplaces facilitate individuals' creativity.
e.g. HOW CAN CREATIVE WORKPLACES MEET CREATIVE EMPLOYEES? Kolnhofer Derecskei, A., Nagy, V., Zoltay Paprika, Z.
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Continued
§ Protect them from dullards
§ Never compare their work with others
§ Never criticize their work
§ Don’t boss them around
§ Direct lightly
§ Avoid giving them unchallenging and mundane tasks
§ Support and stimulate their creative thinking
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Hi all,
I'm looking for your recommendations for a research question related to Discrimination at the workplace since my topic is about ( Excluding skilled employees from promotions at the workplace because there are temporary visa holder)
thanks
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I would recommend reading the following article through Google Scholar:
- Jones, K. P., Arena, D. F., Nittrouer, C. L., Alonso, N. M., & Lindsey, A. P. (2017). Subtle Discrimination in the Workplace: A Vicious Cycle. Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 10(01), 51-76. https://doi.org/10.1017/iop.2016.91
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I am currently writing a dissertation on the impact of organizational culture on the implementation of gender equality in the workplace. I am a novice in research, would you kindly recommend me papers or ideas related to this topic, please?
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Bellou, V. (2010). Organizational culture as a predictor of job satisfaction: the role of gender and age. Career development international.
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I am conducting a research in which I am seeing the impact of dissolved workplace romances on performance. I shall really appreciate if I get questionnaire of dissolved workplace romance.
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Randa Bedawy many thanks
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For finding good result in research,Mental piece and sincere efforts plays important role which are directly related to our nearby's behaviour.At your work place you can not avoid it's effect .what changes you will prefer to make in yourself in these circumstances.
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with the time you get the way to tackle these types of people. These people enhance your management skill.
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I have some articles related topic.
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It can be something typical of the personality and character of the subject, either at work or anywhere; But it can also be the result of over-stress at work or poor job satisfaction that generates frustration and, this in turn, aggressiveness and anger; it can be a typical response of a subject with Alpha Type Behavior Pattern (ATBP or PTAC); in the same way, it can be a pattern of behavior within a situation - this subject being an agent - of some type of Mobbing ... in short, the case should be analyzed being risky and unscientific to try to give a general answer valid for all and each of the possible cases and scenarios
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Without a doubt, knowledge with its processes and its economy represent one of the contemporary intellectual developments in the philosophy of modern management, and effective practice of its practices are most congruent with the rapid changes in the business world. From the importance mentioned above, this study aims to identify and explore the relationship between knowledge hiding and workplace ostracism and to raise the indicators’ value of cognitive work in reality by scientific methodology and field analysis in service organizations
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Hi Ali,
Some time ago, I conducted a study of collaborative work in academic environment. The findings indicate low level of collaboration within one institution and high level across universities. The rules of promotion in academia based solely on individual achievement significantly hinder collaboration among workplace colleagues. In contract, consulting firms orientated towards customers exhibit very high level of collaboration. You can check my paper on the topic: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/266615995_Knowledge_Sharing_Culture_A_Case_Study#:~:text=An%20information-sharing%20culture%20is%20a%20broad%20concept%20and,%28O%27Dell%20and%20Hubert%2C%202011%3B%20Handzic%20and%20Agahari%2C%202004%29. Meliha
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Violence against women is a major public health problem.
Studies indicate that about 1 in 3 (35%) of women worldwide have experienced either physical and/or sexual intimate partner violence or non-partner sexual violence in their lifetime. Women are more likely to experience intimate partner violence if they have low education, exposure to mothers being abused by a partner, abuse during childhood, and attitudes accepting violence, male privilege, and women’s subordinate status.
At you workplace, as a medical care member, you notice domestic violence against a woman. What is your duty in this situation?
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Earning her trust with great empathy, conducting an unstructured interview so that she can vent and - unless there is some type of trauma, injury or medical emergency - referring her to the Interdisciplinary Medical and PSYCHOSOCIAL Team "ad hoc" for them to explore, intervene and advise her adequately