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Haves and the Have Nots The Abuse of Power and Privilege in the Workplace... and How to Control It

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ISBN-10: 0130497665

ISBN-13: 9780130497666

Edition: 2003

Authors: Harvey Hornstein

List price: $24.00
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Illuminating the organizational tendency to treat executives preferentially, this text demonstrates exactly how these patterns undermine organizational success, and offers practical solutions for preventing and solving the problem.
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Book details

List price: $24.00
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Financial Times/Prentice Hall
Publication date: 8/16/2002
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 208
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.144
Language: English

Messages from Bosses to Employees: Arrogance and Alienation in Organizations
Above and Beyond Job Descriptions
Identification's Future
Doing More with Less
Going Global
Employing Generation X
Managing Us versus Managing Them
Mistaking What for How
Moving Toward We: The Three Rs of Work Life
The First R--Rewards: Compensating Privilege
More Than Money
Compensating Privilege
Privileges, Profits, and Shareholder Interest
Bonuses for Bungling
Recruitment and Retention
What's Fair?
Rewarding We
The Second R--Respect: Working with Authority
We Rules
The Boss Club
The Issue Is Displacement, Not Unemployment, Stupid!
Sacrificing Them
With All Due Respect
Organization Support--Plans for Training and Education
Exploration of Alternatives
The Third R--Recognition: Voice Lessons
Voice and Productivity
Voice and Work Relationships
Voice and Employee Well Being
Voice Recognition
Voice and Information
Voice and the Freedom to Act
Voice and Direction
Not Voice Alone
Charisma and Voice
What Money Can't Buy, and How to Buy It: Changing Bosses' Messages
Managing the Three Rs: Rewards
Managing the Three Rs: Respect
Managing the Three Rs: Recognition
Bonds of We, Barriers of They: Binding Fractures
Promotive Tension
We Are Better
Employee Theft
We-Boosting: Elevating Our Status by Diminishing Theirs
Affirming Employees: To Us from Them
Affirm Employees as Contributors
Affirm Employees as Workers
Affirm Employees as Members of Outside Groups
Affirm Employees as Individuals with Physical and Psychological Needs
Paternalism: Making Them into Our Burden
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