Career Management and Survival in the Workplace: Helping Employees Make Tough Career Decisions, Stay Motivated, and Reduce Career Stress
Presents career programs, resources, and policies that can help employees face today's difficult career decisions. Uses numerous case examples to outline strategies for helping employees assess their strengths and limitations and explore career alternatives or new directions.
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Sources of Support for Career Motivation
Understanding the Sources of Career Stress
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