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Talent Management Study [electronic resource]: U.S. Workplaces in Today's Business Environment, 2009

Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes , Steven Sweet
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Ann Arbor, Mich. Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor] 2013
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The Talent Management Study: U.S. Workplaces in Today's Business Environment is a collection of information from nearly 700 United States workplaces which sought to explain variation in (1) organizational adaptation to significant socioeconomic change and the aging of the United States workforce, and (2) employer adoption of policies and programs that can support the quality of employment at the workplace. Data was collected via Web-based surveys where human resource directors or persons with equivalent responsibilities were asked a series of questions about their business environment. Questions ranged from opinions on whether various social issues had an economic impact on the businesses' economy, to polls of various programs or policies for recruitment, engagement, and career progression for specified employee groups. Organizational composition variables include number of employees, type of workplace, main industrial focus of organization, total number of work sites, approximate sales revenue, family-owned or acquired by merge.
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