Erscheinungsdatum: 08.04.2019, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Dual Career Service, Titelzusatz: Ein innovatives Instrument zur Personalrekrutierung und Mitarbeiterbindung, Autor: Brenner, Doris, Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH // Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH, Imprint: Springer Gabler, Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Management // Personalmanagement // Personalpolitik // Personalwirtschaft // Makroökonomie // Ökonomik // Makroökonomik // BUSINESS & ECONOMICS // Human Resources & Personnel Management, Rubrik: Betriebswirtschaft, Seiten: 56, Abbildungen: 14 schwarz-weiße Abbildungen, Bibliographie, Informationen: Book, Gewicht: 108 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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Im Mittelpunkt des Buches steht, wie Sie Ihre Attraktivität als Arbeitgeber bei der Zielgruppe der qualifizierten Fach- und Führungskräfte steigern können. Häufig springen Bewerber ab bzw. lassen Mitarbeiter interne Entwicklungsmöglichkeiten ungenutzt, weil es für ihre Lebenspartner keine beruflichen Perspektiven am neuen Standort gibt. Mit Dual Career Service Angeboten gelingt es Ihnen als Arbeitgeber, die Partner mit ins Boot zu nehmen und diese aktiv zu unterstützen. Damit verschaffen Sie sich einen entscheidenden Wettbewerbsvorteil. Denn: Leistungen zur besseren Vereinbarkeit von beruflicher Entwicklung beider Partner und privater Partnerschaft stehen bei der Zielgruppe sehr hoch im Kurs.
In this sweet romance, the wedding shop offers a chance at love for those who think it might be gone for good. Two women separated by decades. Both set out to help others find their dreams when their own have crumbled. It's the early 1930s, but Cora Scott is walking in stride as a career woman after having inherited her great aunt's wedding shop in Heart&#8217;s Bend, Tennessee, where brides come from as far away as Birmingham to experience her famed bridal treatment. Meanwhile, Cora is counting down the days until her own true love returns from the river to make her his bride. But days turn into months and months to years. All the while, Birch Good continues to woo Cora and try to show her that while he is solid and dependable, he can sweep her off her feet. More than eighty years later, former Air Force Captain Haley Morgan has returned home to Heart's Bend after finishing her commitment to military service. After the devastating death of her best friend, Tammy, and discovering the truth about the man she loved, Haley is searching for her place in life. When Haley decides to reopen the romantic but abandoned wedding shop where she and Tammy played and dreamed as children, she begins a journey of courage, mystery, and love. As Cora&#8217;s and Haley's stories intertwine through time in the shadow of the beloved wedding shop, they both discover the power of their own dreams and the magic of everyday love. &#8220;I adored The Wedding Shop! Rachel Hauck has created a tender, nostalgic story, weaving together two pairs of star-crossed lovers from the present and the past with the magical space that connects them. So full of heart and heartache and redemption, this book is one you&#8217;ll read long into the night, until the characters become your friends, and Heart&#8217;s Bend, Tennessee, your second hometown.&#8221; &#8212;Beatriz Williams, New York Times bestselling author &#8220;The Wedding Shop is the kind of book I love, complete with flawed yet realistic characters, dual timelines that intersect unexpectedly, a touch of magic, and a large dose of faith. Two breathtaking romances are the perfect bookends for this novel about love, forgiveness, and following your dreams. And a stunning, antique wedding dress with a secret of its own. This is more than just a good read&#8212;it&#8217;s a book to savor.&#8221; &#8212;Karen White, New York Times bestselling author This sweet, split-time romance is a standalone novel that can also be read as a companion novel with New York Times bestseller The Wedding Dress. Includes discussion questions.
This issue illustrates examples of effective collaborations written by community college presidents, administrators, faculty, and leaders of state governments and national organizations. Each has contributed a story illustrating a successful program that required the efforts of a range of individuals and recommendations for others to build their own successes. Topics include: How to build effective dual enrollment programs to motivate high school students in rural areas to pursue higher education Why collaboration is crucial for institutions that apply for federal grant funding Effective partnering with institutional research and technology departments to advance student services and college-wide strategic planning How to infuse service learning into curricula to engage and encourage minority students at community colleges to focus their career aspirations How to advance community college study abroad programs through collective participation of administrators and faculty, and outside organizations Creating and sustaining effective partnerships between a state and its local colleges. This is the 165th volume of this Jossey-Bass higher education quarterly report series. An essential guide for presidents, vice presidents, deans, and other leaders in today's open-door institutions, this quarterly provides expert guidance in meeting the challenges of their distinctive and expanding educational mission.
Originally published in 1990. This study investigates the experiences of women in primary teaching and examines the levels of promotion achieved by men and women in the profession. Using extracts from women's accounts of their own career histories, Women in Primary Teaching analyses both the contexts in which careers are constructed and the strategies that are devised by women pursuing careers. The author examines the extent to which women are faced with a dilemma of dual commitments not experienced by men: the juggling of home and family with teaching work. What effect do interruptions in service and continued family management have on a career? How too do women's attitudes to promotion differ from men's and in what manner is promotion sought - if at all? In addressing these questions, this book is interesting to anyone involved in studying women and work as well as practising and student teachers.
This issue illustrates examples of effective collaborationswritten by community college presidents, administrators, faculty,and leaders of state governments and national organizations. Eachhas contributed a story illustrating a successful program thatrequired the efforts of a range of individuals and recommendationsfor others to build their own successes. Topics include: * How to build effective dual enrollment programsto motivate high school students in rural areas to pursue highereducation * Why collaboration is crucial for institutionsthat apply for federal grant funding * Effective partnering with institutional researchand technology departments to advance student services andcollege-wide strategic planning * How to infuse service learning into curricula toengage and encourage minority students at community colleges tofocus their career aspirations * How to advance community college study abroadprograms through collective participation of administrators andfaculty, and outside organizations * Creating and sustaining effective partnershipsbetween a state and its local colleges. This is the 165th volume of this Jossey-Bass higher educationquarterly report series. An essential guide for presidents, vicepresidents, deans, and other leaders in today's open-doorinstitutions, this quarterly provides expert guidance in meetingthe challenges of their distinctive and expanding educationalmission.