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Retention in the Canadian Forces: The Predictive Validity of Three Selection Measures

This study examined the predictive validity of a cognitive test, educational levels and a Military Potential score in predicting retention in the Canadian Forces.

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Impact of Social Factors on Business-IT Alignment

The impact of building partnership and human resources on business-IT alignment was examined. The Structural Equation Modeling was used to understand the strength of relationships among the three constructs.

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What to Do When Employees Return to Work after a Perinatal Loss: A Few Best Practices

The goal of this study is to shed light on organizational practices that encourage people’s return to work after a perinatal loss. The crucial factor is the organizational support.

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Improving Nutritional Care in Hospital Settings by Implementing a Complex Intervention Based on the Medical Research Council (MRC) Framework: Research Protocol

The aim of this study is to analyze the problem of malnutrition in older people from an ethical point of view.

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A Perspective on Commercialization of University Intellectual Property: An Argument for Technology Transfer as an Interdisciplinary Matter

Given the plethora of academic disciplines touching the university commercialization pathway a case can be made for the study of university technology transfer as an interdisciplinary science.

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Job Satisfaction among Polish Primary Care Physicians: Results from the Physicians' Health Study

Physicians may be satisfied with one or more aspects of their job, but at the same time may be unsatisfied with other things related to their work.

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Disaster Management, Risk Perception, and Policy Implications Following a Major Earthquake in Padang, West Sumatra, Indonesia

This paper describes how local perceptions of risk as well as policy following a major earthquake in Padang, West Sumatra, have been influenced by political, social, and media factors.

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Exploring Supplier Selection Approaches: South African Small and Medium Enterprise Perspectives

This is a study of the perceptions of 243 South African small and medium enterprises (SMEs) regarding supplier selection criteria.

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The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Organizational Studies , Volume 7, Issue 4

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Interdisciplinary Relationships in the Field of Occupational Health and Safety

The aim of this study was to document researchers' perception of their own discipline and that of their collaborators with regard to the exchange process.

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