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Main Title Hispanics in the workplace /
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Knouse, Stephen B.
Rosenfeld, Paul.
Culbertson, Amy.
Publisher Sage Publications,
Year Published 1992
OCLC Number 25245733
ISBN 0803939434 (cl); 9780803939431 (cl); 0803939442 (pb); 9780803939448 (pb)
Subjects Hispanic Americans--Employment. ; Hispanic Americans. ; Employment--United States. ; Civil Rights--United States. ; Beschèaftigung ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Arbeitsbedingungen ; USA ; Hispanos ; Amâericains d'origine latino-amâericaine--Travail. ; Emploi--âEtats-Unis. ; Droits--âEtats-Unis. ; Hispanic Americans--Employment.
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EJAM  HD8081.H7H59 1992 Hispanic Collection Region 3 Library/Philadelphia, PA 04/14/2014
Collation viii, 292 p. ; 24 cm.
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Notes
Hispanics are the fastest growing minority in the United States and are filling an increasingly significant portion of the work force. However, despite theses facts, little or no research has been conducted to date to address this issue. Until now. The first in its field, Hispanics in the Workplace presents a comprehensive exploration of Hispanic employment factors, problems at work, and work in the government and private sectors. Contributors include notable researchers who uncover such specific topics as entry into employment, work force characteristics, recruiting and selection, training and development, special problems of women, job satisfaction, stress management, the work ethic, stereotyping, and language barriers. They address various opportunities and problems of Hispanics as they relate to the military, civilians in the military, the private sector, and entrepreneurs. If you are a professional, academic, or student of management, organizational studies, sociology, human resources, and/or ethnic studies, who wants to stay on the cutting edge of the field, then this pathbreaker is for you. 1. Hispanics and Work: An Overview / Stephen B. Knouse, Paul Rosenfeld and Amy L. Culbertson -- Pt. I. Employment Factors. 2. Hispanic Work Force Characteristics / Arthur R. Cresce. 3. Hispanic Earnings and Employment in the 1980s / Cordelia W. Reimers. 4. Acculturation of Hispanics / George Domino. 5. Cognitive and Motivational Bases of Bias: Implications of Aversive Racism for Attitudes Toward Hispanics / John F. Dovidio, Samuel L. Gaertner, Phyllis A. Anastasio and Rasyid Sanitioso -- Pt. II. Problems at Work. 6. Litigated Employment Discrimination Cases Based on National Origin: Comparison of Hispanic National Origin to All National Origin Cases / Helen N. LaVan. 7. Occupational and Economic Stressors Among Immigrant and United States-Born Hispanics / Richard C. Cervantes -- Pt. III. Mentoring Support Systems for Work. 8. The Mentoring Process for Hispanics / Stephen B. Knouse. 9. Mentoring for the Hispanic: Mapping Emotional Support / Jack Davis and Eduardo S. Rodela -- Pt. IV. Hispanic Women and Work. 10. Walking on Eggshells: Chicanas in the Labor Force / Denise A. Segura. 11. The Psychological Experience of Puerto Rican Women at Work / Alba N. Rivera-Ramos -- Pt. V. The Hispanic Experience in Government and Private Work Sectors. 12. Hispanics in the Military / Paul Rosenfeld and Amy L. Culbertson. 13. Hispanic Representation in the Federal Government: Lessons From the Navy's Equal Employment Opportunity Enhancement Research Program / Jack E. Edwards, Marie D. Thomas and Regina L. Burch. 14. Culture and Identity Among Hispanic Managers in an Anglo Business / Bernardo M. Ferdman and Angelica C. Cortes