Examination Of Individual Differences In Participation In Outplacement Program Activities After A Job Loss
This study investigated the relationship among age, gender, and race relative to participation in sell-awareness, action-oriented, and training activities after a job loss. The 156 respondents in this study were part of a larger, longitudinal study that collected data using questionnaires from outplacement program participants at 6 months and at 1 year following a company closing. Main effects were found for gender and for Age x Employment status. Implications of the study for outplacement programs, along with study limitations and future research directions, are discussed.
Journal of Employment Counseling
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Gowan, Mary A. and Nassar-McMillan, Sylvia C., "Examination Of Individual Differences In Participation In Outplacement Program Activities After A Job Loss" (2001). Scopus Export 2000s. 482.