Working Scared by Kenneth N. Wexley
Achieving Success in Trying Times (Jossey Bass Business and Management Series)

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Offers the individual employee, as well as managers and CEOs, a how-to guide for living with the fear and uncertainty implicit in today's business world. A Working Scared Survey helps assess the atmosphere of your own workplace and uncover some of your concerns, anxieties, and fears. Identifies the eight major reasons American employees are working scared--the hot buttons you need to be concerned about now and in the years ahead--and offers survival tips and key advice on how to * work with less supervision * participate effectively in a team culture * excel in a quality-focused organization * survive in an organization that is downsizing * prevail amidst mergers and acquisitions * thrive in an increasingly diverse workforce * succeed in an overseas assignment, and * Andure changing pay strategies.

A survival manual for coping with the uncertainty implicit in today's workplace. The Working Scared Survey assesses your organization's anxiety factors while the text identifies -- and offers advice on -- eight major reasons Americans feel insecure about their jobs.


About Kenneth N. Wexley

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STANLEY B. SILVERMAN are managing partners in Human Resource Decisions, Inc., in Akron, Ohio. In addition, Silverman teaches at the University of Akron.
Published March 26, 1993 by Jossey-Bass. 190 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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