Career Dynamics: Matching Individual and Organizational Needs
Career Dynamics studies the complexities of career development from both an individual and an organizational perspective. Changing needs throughout the adult life cycle, interaction of work and family, and integration of individual and organizational goals through human resource planning and development are thoroughly explored.
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The Career Development Perspective
The Stages and Tasks of the Biosocial Life Cycle
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