female athletes. His results indicated that 1.3% met the DSM-IV criteria for anorexia and 8% for bulimia (Johnson, Powers, & Dick, 1999). However an even more difficult study to find the number of eating disorders in college athletes was done in partnership with the National College Athletic Association (NCAA). Out of 11 Division I schools and 11 different sports, 1,445 (562 females, 883 males) were selected via a brief survey the NCAA managed to identify the high risk sports for eating disorders.
Establishing Rewards and Pay Plans 260 Learning Outcomes 260 Introduction 262 Intrinsic versus Extrinsic Rewards 262 ETHICAL ISSUES IN HRM: Salary Negotiation and Discrimination 262 Financial versus Nonfinancial Rewards 263 Performance-Based versus Membership-Based Rewards 263 Compensation Administration 264 Government Influence on Compensation Administration 265 Fair Labor Standards Act 265 The Civil Rights and Equal Pay Acts 265 Linking Concepts to Practice: Discussion Questions 283 Developing
Effective Team 497 Team Development 498 The Forming Stage 498 The Norming Stage 499 The Storming Stage 501 The Performing Stage 503 Leading Teams 506 Developing Credibility 507 Establish SMART Goals and Everest Goals 509 International Caveats 511 Team Membership 512 Advantageous Roles 512 Providing Feedback 516 International Caveats 517 SKILL ANALYSIS 519 Cases Involving Building Effective Teams 519 The Tallahassee Democrat’s ELITE Team 519 The Cash Register Incident 521 SKILL PRACTICE 523 Exercises in
and Errors in Decision Making 177 Influences on Decision Making: Individual Differences and Organizational Constraints 184 Individual Differences 184 • Organizational Constraints 186 What About Ethics in Decision Making? 187 Three Ethical Decision Criteria 187 • Improving Creativity in Decision Making 188 Summary and Implications for Managers 190 S A S A S A L L L Self-Assessment Library What Are My Gender Role Perceptions? 166 glOBalization! Chinese Time, North American Time 171 Myth or Science
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