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ERIC Number: ED431940
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1999-Mar
Pages: 35
Abstractor: N/A
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Workforce Issues Facing HRD.
This document contains four symposium papers on work force issues facing human resource development (HRD). "Contributing Factors to the Success of Women and People of Color in Leadership Roles: A Message to HRD Professionals" (Jean R. McFarland, Gary Leske, Caroline S. V. Turner) reports the results of a survey in which nonwhite males, nonwhite females, and white females who had been identified by their peers as leaders in the field of education were interviewed to identify barriers to advancement in leadership faced by minority group members and strategies used to overcome them. "A Qualitative Assessment of Office Design Perceived by Older and Younger Workers to Impact Work" (Virginia W. Kupritz) examines design characteristics perceived as facilitating or impeding work and the compatibility of office design with today's aging work force. "Consequences of Part-time Work for Full-time Coworkers: Procedural Fairness in Human Resources and Employee Reactions" (Shannon L. Palmer) explores the relationships among having a part-time colleague, general and procedural fairness, workload, colleague availability, and part-time work advocacy. "Disability Disclosure, Recruitment Interviews, and the Employment Process" (Tonette S. Rocco) discusses a study in which individuals with invisible and visible disabilities were interviewed about disclosure, accommodations, and their employment experiences. (MN)
Publication Type: Reports - Research; Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
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