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  • Employment Relationshipsby Peter Cappelli

    Cambridge University Press 2008; US$ 35.00

    An authoritative analysis of employment relations in real-world business settings. more...

  • Employment Practices and Business Strategyby Peter Cappelli

    Oxford University Press, USA 1999; US$ 69.99

    Preface. List of Contributors. Introduction. 1. Explaining Variation in Human Resource Practices in U.S. Steel Minimills, Jeffrey B. Arthur. 2. The Characteristics and Determinants of Organized Innovation in the Apparel Industry, Thomas Bailey and Carola Sandy. 3. Organizational and Environmental Factors Influencing the Use and Diffusion of High-Involvement... more...

  • Why Good People Can't Get Jobsby Peter Cappelli

    Wharton Digital Press 2012; US$ 9.99

    Peter Cappelli confronts the myth of the skills gap and provides an actionable path forward to put people back to work. Even in a time of perilously high unemployment, companies contend that they cannot find the employees they need. Pointing to a skills gap, employers argue applicants are simply not qualified; schools aren't preparing students... more...

  • Change at Workby Peter Cappelli; Laurie Bassi; Harry Katz; David Knoke; Paul Osterman

    Oxford University Press 1997; US$ 69.99

    This work shows how the widespread restructuring of American firms - usually resulting in a reduction of the workforce to cut costs - has had a profound impact on the lives of workers. The book explains how the new relationship requires high skill levels, but does not provide training for them. more...

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