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This summary is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center Summary Ending employment, through termination, dismissal, disengagement, firing, or quitting is a natural part of the organizational experience. Whether initiated by the employer “moving in a different direction” or employees “pursuing other opportunities,” ending employment creates the potential for uncertainty for remaining employees in the organization. … Continue reading An Exploration of the Relationships Between Organizational Dissent, Employee Burnout, and Work-Family Balance

Author(s), Title and Publication Myers, S. A., Cranmer, G. A., Goldman, Z. W., Sollitto, M., Gillen, H. G., & Ball, H. (2018). Differences in information seeking among organizational peers: Perceptions of appropriateness, importance, and frequency. International Journal of Business Communication, 55(1), 30-43. doi:10.1177/2329488415573928 Summary For many employees, seeking information revolves around obtaining seven types of information they … Continue reading Differences in Information Seeking Among Organizational Peers