Reproducible Copies of Federal Tax Forms and InstructionsReproducible Copies of Federal Tax Forms and Instructions

Retirees You can deduct moving expenses for a move to a new home in the United States when you permanently retire if both your old principal workplace and your old home were outside the United States . Moves outside the United States or ...

Author: United States. Internal Revenue Service


ISBN: MINN:30000008869145


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British Workplace Industrial Relations 1980 1984British Workplace Industrial Relations 1980 1984

When we looked at the occurrence of formal training for internal job moves in relation to the workplace's labour cost ratio , we found that such training was more likely to be reported where labour costs formed a smaller proportion of ...

Author: Neil Millward

Publisher: Gower Publishing Company

ISBN: STANFORD:36105038179656


Page: 341

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Writing on the MoveWriting on the Move

In the Workplace In many narratives about writing at work, participants describe conflicting social and economic values around multilingualism. They know that their multilingualism can be economically valuable in the United States, ...

Author: Rebecca Lorimer Leonard

Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press

ISBN: 9780822983040


Page: 192

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In this book, Rebecca Lorimer Leonard shows how multilingual migrant women both succeed and struggle in their writing contexts. Based on a qualitative study of everyday multilingual writers in the United States, she shows how migrants’ literacies are revalued because they move with writers among their different languages and around the world. Writing on the Move builds a theory of literate valuation, in which socioeconomic values shape how multilingual migrant writers do or do not move forward in their lives. The book details the complicated reality of multilingual literacy, which is lived at the nexus of prejudice, prestige, and power.

Moving Behavior and Residential ChoiceMoving Behavior and Residential Choice

... which is related to moving intentions whereas current location of workplace is not , one might hypothesize that ... literature which suggests that occupational and / or job changes are the primary reasons for longdistance moves .

Author: Edgar W. Butler


ISBN: UIUC:30112107978428


Page: 144

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Appendix A: A review of residential location models and the modeling of housing and locational preferences.

Trade Unions and Labour Movements in the Asia Pacific RegionTrade Unions and Labour Movements in the Asia Pacific Region

Existing research of workplace unions commonly revealed the welfare role, rather than the rights defending role, of the unions (Bai, 2011; Cooke, 2011a; Warner, 2008; Yu, 2008). Worker-led workplace unions and workers-elected union ...

Author: Byoung-Hoon Lee

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429576089


Page: 320

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Recent developments in the world economy, including deindustrialisation and the digital revolution, have led to an increasingly individualistic relationship between workers and employers, which in turn has weakened labour movements and worker representation. However, this process is not universal, including in some countries of Asia, where trade unions are closely aligned with the interests of the dominant political party and the state. This book considers the many challenges facing trade unions and worker representation in a wide range of Asian countries. For each country, full background is given on how trade unions and other forms of worker representation have arisen. Key questions then considered include the challenges facing trade unions and worker representation in each country, the extent to which these are a result of global or local developments and the actions being taken by trade unions and worker representative bodies to cope with the challenges.

Workplace JusticeWorkplace Justice

The Trend of Social Movements in America : Professionalization and Resource Mobilization . Morristown , N.J .: General Learning Press . 1977. " Resource Mobilization and Social Movements : A Partial Theory .

Author: Sharon Kurtz

Publisher: U of Minnesota Press

ISBN: 0816633150


Page: 340

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In 1991, Columbia University's one thousand clerical workers launched a successful campaign for justice in their workplace. This diverse union -- two-thirds black and Latina, three-fourths women -- was committed to creating an inclusive movement organization and to fighting for all kinds of justice. How could they address the many race and gender injustices members faced, avoid schism, and maintain the unity needed to win? Sharon Kurtz, an experienced union activist and former clerical worker herself, was welcomed into the union and pursued these questions. Using this case study and secondary studies of sister clerical unions at Yale and Harvard, she examines the challenges and potential of identity politics in labor movements. With the Columbia strike as a point of departure, Kurtz argues that identity politics are valuable for mobilizing groups, but often exclude members and their experiences of oppression. However, Kurtz believes that identity politics should not be abandoned as a component in building movements, but should be reframed -- as multi-identity politics. In the end she shows an approach to organizing with great potential impact not only for labor unions but for any social movement.

The Cost of Emotions in the WorkplaceThe Cost of Emotions in the Workplace

In order to acknowledge and balance emotions in the workplace, a systemwide approach to ECM first begins with a buy-in ... consistent information starts moving through the organization, response to it always moves toward the top.

Author: Vali Hawkins Mitchell

Publisher: Rothstein Publishing

ISBN: 9781931332682


Page: 276

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Emotional Tornados in Your Workplace Can Be Just as Destructive as the Natural Kind! ¿You will find Dr. Vali¿s book to be both an excellent read and a great catalyst for generating new ideas about how these concepts could be incorporated in your mission statement. If you are open-minded about BCM, I suggest you read this book now and start applying its principles well before the next major incident impacts your organization.¿ ¿ Lyndon Bird FBCI, Technical Director, Business Continuity Institute

Move on Motherf ckerMove on Motherf cker

Academics call it workplace incivility. Yes, it has been studied. Michael Leiter,12 professor at Acadia University, has written extensively about workplace incivility, which is rude or impolite behavior. Leiter and his colleagues have ...

Author: Jodie Eckleberry-Hunt

Publisher: New Harbinger Publications

ISBN: 9781684034888


Page: 168

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Your negative inner voice is a total assh*le. Tell it to f*ck off with this irreverent, laugh-out-loud guide! I’m not good enough. This shouldn’t be happening. Things never work out for me. When we’re anxious, stressed, or fearful, the negative voice in our heads can be extremely powerful. It tells us we’re not smart or attractive enough. It berates us for our mistakes. And it keeps us feeling stuck in an endless loop of worry, shame, and hopelessness. But there is a way to shut it down. Blending evidence-based cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness, and profanity, this unexpected guide will show you how to respond to your negative inner voice with one very important phrase: Move on, mother*cker (MOMF)! With MOMF, you’ll learn to manage worry and anxiety, put a stop to unhelpful internal dialogue, and approach new situations with humor, levity, and perspective. You’ll also find real tools to help you: Set personal and professional boundaries Identify toxic or codependent relationships Become assertive without being aggressive Stop seeking perfection This book also includes journaling and other self-awareness exercises to help you put MOMF to work every day. So, stop letting your inner voice tear you down. With this fun and effective guide, you’ll learn how to take control of your negative thoughts and get back to living your best life.

Bullying in the WorkplaceBullying in the Workplace

Spector et al. work from a perspective that integrates occupational stress and human aggression, focusing on CWB as ... Counterproductive work behavior as an organizational vice moves against the organizational “good” of productivity.

Author: John Lipinski

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135126377


Page: 430

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Bullying in the workplace is a phenomenon that has recently intrigued researchers studying management and organizational issues, leading to such questions as why it occurs and what causes such harassment. This volume written by experts in a wide range of fields including Industrial and Organizational psychology, Counseling, Management, Law, Education and Health presents research on relational and social aggression issues which can result in lost productivity , employee turnover and costly lawsuits. Understanding this phenomenon is important to managers and employee morale.