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PART THREE                                                            TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT C H A P T E R   T e n Managing Careers  10 Lecture Outline 137
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Strategic Overview The Basics of Career Management Careers Today Career Development Today Roles in Career Planning and Development  The Employee’s Role The Employer’s Role  Innovative Corporate Career Development  Initiatives Managing Promotions and Transfers Making Promotion Decisions Handling Transfers Enhancing Diversity Through Career Development Sources of Bias and Discrimination in Promotion  Decisions Taking Steps to Enhance Diversity Career Management and Employee Commitment The New Psychological Contract Commitment-Oriented Career Development  Efforts Retirement APPENDIX FOR CHAPTER 10 Making Career Choices Finding the Right Job In Brief: This chapter gives good advice and tools for managing careers. It also covers the issue of building communications with employees through guaranteed fair treatment programs and employee discipline. Proper handling of dismissals and separations, including retirement are explored. Interesting Issues: In recent years, many employees have taken early retirement, but many experts believe that the next generation will have to retire later in order to continue to fund the retirement of those retiring now. Social Security has already increased the ages at which future generations will be eligible for benefits. Management will need to find ways to stimulate career interests of older employees to keep them motivated and productive. Firms will also need to find ways to ease labor shortages by attracting those who may have already retired. 138
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ANNOTATED OUTLINE I. The Basics of Career Management A. Careers Today Career planning and development is emphasized more strongly today than in the past. Values have changed; there are more two-career families. These employees often seek work alternatives with more opportunities for living a balanced life. Table 10-1 outlines the differences. B. Career Development Today Career development used to focus on the employee’s future with that firm. The emphasis now is on facilitating self-analysis, development, and management. Ø NOTES Educational Materials to Use II. Roles in Career Planning and Development A. The Employee’s Role - An individual must accept responsibility for his/her own career; assess his/her own interests, skill, and values; and take the steps required to ensure a happy and fulfilling career. Finding a mentor who can be a sounding board is often helpful. Mentoring programs can be informal or formal. When You’re On Your Own, HR for Line Managers and
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