This wide-ranging volume brings together the commissioned papers that are the basis of James O’Toole and Edward E. Lawler’s The New American Workplace, their follow-up to the groundbreaking 1973 Work in America report. Here leading scholars in the fields of business, management, and human resources offer new research and insightful analyses of existing studies, providing a definitive assessment of the state of the workplace today. Covering wage trends, worker health, education and the workforce, the effects of outsourcing, careers, human resources management, and a variety of other vital issues, this illuminating collection will prove indispensable for scholars, professionals, and policymakers.
"This illuminating collection will be an indispensable resource for scholars, working professionals, and policy-makers alike . . . All in all, this is the most readable, interesting, and useful resource on changes and challenges in the US workplace." - CHOICE