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Call Number: UCF Sanford/Lake Mary Reference -- HF5381 .E517 2006
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With more than 400 articles, the Encyclopedia of Career Development is the premier reference tool for research on career-related topics. Covering a broad range of themes, the contributions represent original material written by internationally-renowned scholars that view career development from a number of different dimensions. This multidisciplinary resource examines career-related issues from psychological, sociological, educational, counseling, organizational behavior, and human resource management perspectives. Key Features: Offers introductory materials prepared by the editors and supplementary appendices on select topics -- Incorporates global, cultural, and international dimensions of careers and examines the social context of careers such as the contemporary work environment, emerging values in society, gender and ethnicity, social class, and work-family interface -- Explores the evolution of careers, including career stages, patterns, and transitions, as well as variations in the meaning of career success -- Discusses career decision-making strategies, and looks at legislative, regulatory, and labor relations decrees that influence career development and decision making -- Analyzes initiatives used by employers, counselors, and society to promote the effective development of careers
"The five volumes of this resource recognize the inherent unity between business ethics and business and society, that stems from their shared primary concern with value in commerce. This Encyclopedia spans the relationships among business, ethics, and society by including more than 800 entries that feature broad coverage of corporate social responsibility, the obligation of companies to various stakeholder groups, the contribution of business to society and culture, and the relationship between organizations and the quality of the environment."
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- HF 5387.O95 2010
Basic Philosophical Issues -- Competitive Markets & Corporate Responsibility -- Economic Justice & Consumer Rights -- Universal Norms & the Relativity of Moral Judgments -- The Use & Protection of Information -- Incentives & Influence -- Employee Rights & Corporate Responsibilities -- Safety, Risk & Harm -- Creating Moral Organizations