雇用と被雇用者の権利<br>Employment and Employee Rights (Fundamentals of Business Ethics)

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雇用と被雇用者の権利
Employment and Employee Rights (Fundamentals of Business Ethics)

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  • Blackwell Pub(2003/06発売)
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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 280 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780631214281
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基本説明

Discusses the moral and legal landscape and traditional assumptions about rights in employment.

Full Description

Of interest to anyone who wishes to understand more about employee rights and the revolutionizing of employment models, Employment and Employee Rights addresses the issue of rights in the workplace from the perspective of both employees and employers. In the process of exploring arguments for guaranteeing rights, the book examines the relational, developmental, and economic bases upon which they are founded. New dimensions of employment are also considered, including a model that incorporates growing workplace diversity, builds upon our understanding of the legal landscape, and expands upon our justifications for recognizing and protecting rights. Employment and Employee Rights defends employee rights as economic value added for employers and companies, and it suggests a model where employees engage in meaningful work, maintain their autonomy, and exercise a level of control over their employment.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            vii
Acknowledgments ix
Introduction 1 (6)
Part I Rights, Employee Rights, and
Employment-at-Will
1 Employment, Moral Rights, and Mental Models 7 (26)
2 The Public/Private Distinction and Its 33 (21)
Influence on Employment Practices
3 Employment-at-Will: History, Evolution, and 54 (23)
Current Applications
4 The Employee's Voice: Due Process, 77 (26)
Whistleblowing, and Workplace Democracy
Part II New Models of Employment and Employment
Relationships
5 Employee Accountability and the Limits of 103(19)
Role Responsibilities
6 Meaningful Work and the Development of 122(22)
Employment Relationships
7 Employment Practices as Economic Value 144(25)
Added (written with Norman Bowie)
Part III The Evolving Workplace
8 Diversity, Affirmative Action, and Equity 169(25)
in Employment Practices
9 Future Directions for Employment 194(23)
Index 217
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Preface vii
Acknowledgments ix
Introduction 1 (6)
Chapter 1. Child Maltreatment: What Is It? 7 (10)
Definitions of Abuse 8 (9)
Chapter 2. The Impact of Child Maltreatment 17 (16)
The Impact of Child Maltreatment on 18 (1)
Attachment Security
The Impact of Physical Abuse 19 (1)
The Impact of Sexual Abuse 20 (1)
The Impact of Psychological Maltreatment 21 (1)
The Impact of Exposure to Family Violence 22 (1)
The Impact of Neglect 23 (1)
The Impact of Multiple Forms of Child 24 (1)
Maltreatment
Comparative Studies of the Impact of Abuse 25 (1)
and Neglect
The Impact of Marginal Maltreatment 25 (2)
The Impact of Mediating Factors 27 (6)
Chapter 3. Risk Assessment 33 (52)
Problems and Strategies for Assessing Violence 33 (5)
Historical or Developmental Factors 38 (18)
Personal or Dispositional Factors 56 (16)
Clinical or Symptom Factors 72 (3)
Current Situation and Contextual Factors 75 (8)
Final Remarks 83 (2)
Chapter 4. Formulating Risk Management 85 (46)
Strategies
Introduction 85 (2)
Treatment Outcome Literature: A Brief Review 87 (2)
Parenting Training Interventions 89 (2)
Comprehensive and Ecobehavioral Programs 91 (5)
Child-Centered services and Treatment 96 (4)
Interventions
Facilitating Parent-Child Relationships 100(3)
Individual Therapy and Long-Term Therapy with 103(1)
Parents
Abuse-Focused Interventions 104(20)
Parents with Mental Retardation 124(1)
Substance Abuse 125(1)
Mental Health Interventions 125(1)
Relapse Prevention 126(1)
Facilitating Motivation for Positive Change 127(2)
Final Remarks 129(2)
Chapter 5. Putting It All Together 131(48)
Child Maltreatment Risk Assessments: A 131(3)
Specialized Evaluation Area
Forensic versus Clinical Evaluations 134(3)
Components of the Evaluation Report 137(33)
Conducting and Writing Quality Evaluations 170(2)
Professional Issues 172(7)
References 179(36)
Index 215