Browse School of Social Work by Subject "Sociology, Industrial and Labor Relations"
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Factors Associated With Food-Industry Discrimination Related to the Hiring and Retention of Persons With HIV/AIDS (1997)Persons who are assumed to have HIV/AIDS are often subject to various forms of employment discrimination. Such actions may be taken because of an employer's fear of contagion or the presumed response of co-workers, customers ...
The organizational environment and its relationship to social workers' absenteeism and overall job satisfaction (1990)This study was designed to examine social workers' perceptions of a selected set of organizational job factors and their relationship to workers' absenteeism and overall job satisfaction. The organizational job factors ...
Relationship of an Employee Assistance Program to Stress, Absenteeism, Intention to Leave, and Job Performance (1988)This research developed and used a stress-social support framework for understanding the role of EAP services in the lives of the employees and of the organization in a large health care facility. The study investigated ...