Effects of Management-Development Practices on Hospitality Management Graduates' Job Satisfaction and Intention to Stay
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Companies have long recognized the importance of training and developing their managers to prepare them for their short- and long-term careers. Formal management-development programs and other less formal means of management development abound in the hospitality industry. Therefore, one may ask whether the entry-level managers for whom these programs are designed perceive them to be effective. The present study explores management-development practices, procedures, and techniques, and their effects on job satisfaction and organizational commitment
Torres, Edwin and Adler, Howard
"Effects of Management-Development Practices on Hospitality Management Graduates' Job Satisfaction and Intention to Stay,"
Hospitality Review: Vol. 28:
2, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.fiu.edu/hospitalityreview/vol28/iss2/4
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