Browsing by Supervisor "Asch, Rachel"

Browsing by Supervisor "Asch, Rachel"

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  • O'Malley, Siobhan (Cranfield University, 2001-05)
    The research project reported in this thesis concerned the business case for equal opportunity in the workplace. The project comprised three distinct but related studies: 1. Study I was a qualitative investigation into ...
  • Horsford, Bernard I. (Cranfield University, 2003-03)
    This research programme examined the factors that affect the career progression of Black managers in the United Kingdom. The research comprised two distinct but related studies. The first study was a qualitative ...
  • Upton, Dave (Cranfield University, 1997-09)
    The research focused on the counselling service provided by a major national N-1 organisation. The main aim was identification of managerial mechanisms that might be instituted to facilitate the development of workplace ...
  • Farndale, Elaine (Cranfield UniversitySchool of Management, 2004-02)
    Personnel departments in general have a poor reputation for power and influence, although little is known empirically about their position in Higher Education institutions (HEI). There are various factors in the HEI context ...
  • Faricy, Anne (Cranfield University, 1999-09)
    The research presented in this thesis sought to identify the key issues underlying the current recruitment and retention problems in general practice. Previous studies have tended to focus on medical careers in isolation, ...
  • Sumner, Lesley (Cranfield University, 1993-10)
    The purpose of this research was to identify factors which influence decisions concerning significant career moves among older workers and women returners. A questionnaire survey of older workers was conducted in order ...
  • Fletcher, S. (Cranfield University, 2004)
    The way in which a manufacturing system is designed is a crucial determinant of its operational efficiency and profitability. System design is, therefore, a major consideration for organisations. However, the efficacy ...