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Monetary rewards and the moderating role of generational cohorts on employee loyalty, absenteeism, satisfaction, employee performance and turnover intentions. A case study of front-line care assistants in the care sector in England. (2024)
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Emasealu, T. (2024). Monetary rewards and the moderating role of generational cohorts on employee loyalty, absenteeism, satisfaction, employee performance and turnover intentions. A case study of front-line care assistants in the care sector in England. (Thesis). The University of Salford

The past three decades have witnessed many academic scholars studying the relationship between monetary rewards and employee behaviours from an age/generational cohort perspective. Behaviours such as loyalty, absenteeism, satisfaction, employee pe... Read More about Monetary rewards and the moderating role of generational cohorts on employee loyalty, absenteeism, satisfaction, employee performance and turnover intentions. A case study of front-line care assistants in the care sector in England..

Examining The Impact Of ISO 15189 2012 Accreditation In An NHS Specialist Pathology Laboratory. A Single Centre Longitudinal Study (2024)
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Johnson, J. (2024). Examining The Impact Of ISO 15189 2012 Accreditation In An NHS Specialist Pathology Laboratory. A Single Centre Longitudinal Study. (Thesis). University of Salford

Introduction: Quality and particularly the assurance of quality for service users has become a significant part of healthcare over the years. In an attempt to drive quality, quality improvement strategies such as accreditation have been introduced.... Read More about Examining The Impact Of ISO 15189 2012 Accreditation In An NHS Specialist Pathology Laboratory. A Single Centre Longitudinal Study.

An exploration of the role of social media platforms in the employee recruitment process
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Munro, N. (in press). An exploration of the role of social media platforms in the employee recruitment process. (Thesis). University of Salford

If the explosion of professional and social networking media has radically changed the way in which people interact and communicate with each other both personally and within the workplace (McFarland and Ployhart 2015), what does this mean for the bu... Read More about An exploration of the role of social media platforms in the employee recruitment process.