The Advantages of Management and Organizational Citizenship Behavior in the Workplace
This annotated bibliography examines the positive consequences of management and organizational citizenship behavior, demonstrating to executive leadership the value of cultivating these behaviors within the workplace. The author reviews articles written since 2002 to define the behaviors inherent in MCB and OCB and identify how organizations achieve positive benefits from promoting the behaviors and the negative impacts of failing to promote them. Topics include increased employee morale, lower turnover, higher productivity, and citizenship behavior implementation.
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Fridell, Mara J., 1969- (University of Oregon, 2007-12)In both Sweden and the United States immigration has increased, and public concern over immigration, integration, and social citizenship has become heightened. Across affluent Western countries, immigration and integration ...
Thinking about Justice from “the Outside” of Nationality: Re-Thinking the Legal and National Dimensions of Citizenship Silva, Grant Joseph, 1982- (University of Oregon, 2011-09)This dissertation examines the legal and national dimensions of citizenship, focusing on the nature of social justice, multiculturalism and state formation in light of an increasing "migrant" population in the United ...
Steck, Rachel Kinsman, 1974- (University of Oregon, 2010-03)This study, set in the context of the feminist sex wars, explores the performances of Holly Hughes, Carmelita Tropicana, and Split Britches throughout the 1980s and early 1990s. The purpose of this study is to better ...