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by David M. Gutknecht,Douglas B. Gutknecht

ePub Building Productive Organizations Through Health and Wellness Programs download
Author:
David M. Gutknecht,Douglas B. Gutknecht
ISBN13:
978-0819175793
ISBN:
081917579X
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Publisher:
University Press Of America (December 24, 1989)
Subcategory:
Social Sciences
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1370 kb
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by Douglas B. Health promotion, Occupational health services. There's no description for this book yet. Published 1989 by University Press of America in Lanham. Includes bibliographical references (p. -236). Building productive organizations.

Author: Douglas B. Gutknecht, David M. By examining pertinent individual and organizational health promotion issues from a number of perspectives, strategies are developed for improving the well-being and quality of life for individuals, organizations, and society. ISBN 9780819175809 (978-0-8191-758) Softcover, University Press Of America, 1989.

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Douglas B. Gutknecht is Chairman of the Sociology Department at Chapman College in Orange, California. Janet R. Miller is Adjunct Professor of Sociology at the same college. Professor Gutknecht is also the author of Meeting Organization and Human Resource Challenges: Perspectives, Issues and Strategies, (UPA, 1984), and Strategic Revitalization (UPA, 1988). Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

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Danny Gutknecht has spent his career in pursuit of understanding the roleĀ .

Danny Gutknecht has spent his career in pursuit of understanding the role of meaning in our lives and, especially, in our work. This book takes an unconventional approach to how organizations should evaluate and manage employee culture and expectations. In this content-rich yet easy-to-read book, Danny guides us to draw a vivid mental picture of the different possible faces of workplace, and argues why a meaning-driven effort should play a key role in creating a healthy workplace.

This book is based upon a review of interdisciplinary literature in the fields of medical sociology, health psychology, health education, behavioral health, health prevention, public health, organizational behavior and development, human resources, stress management, marketing, and evaluation research. By examining pertinent individual and organizational health promotion issues from a number of perspectives, strategies are developed for improving the well-being and quality of life for individuals, organizations, and society.