work unit


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Additionally, the professional identity of public servants is related to work unit performance as higher organizational performance can compel employees to seek a stronger professional identity.
The office of institutional effectiveness is also analyzing these plans -- NSU wants to know where the work units are focusing their attention.
Work Unit Guidance enhances the odds of obtaining a higher assessment by 11% per unit, while Budgeting adds to the odds by 7%.
Work unit diversity in age, gender, tenure and hierarchical status of members will be negatively related to individual employees' creative behaviour within the work unit.
A plan outlining how the work unit will strive to continuously improve customer service over the long-term
An unintended consequence of these institutional commitments was that they solidified ties between workers and their employers and sharply limited social interactions to the work unit.
Under DFAS's current arrangement (dictated by DWCF regulations), customers pay a fixed price per work unit, so DFAS's revenue is the product of its price vector (a) and the number of each type of work unit that customers demand (Q).
If the author considers the work unit a basic level of government, there are still many civil matters handled by work unit officials that are not related to official policies, such as marital disputes, family problems, and disputes between neighbors.
As recent studies demonstrate, however, such variables as how an expatriate's spouse reacts to living abroad can be critically important in whether a manager develops a commitment to his/her work unit during an international assignment.
First, resources and costs must be organized in terms of work unit costs, costs incurred on behalf of the work unit, or governmentwide and departmentwide indirect costs.
The JITM process generally combines several operations of production into a single work unit, or "cell.
1 defined a work unit as a group in which all personnel report directly to the same supervisor and determined work-unit memberships from departmental reports and organizational charts, which I verified in interviews with supervisors and employees.
Gains sharing plans resemble cash profit-sharing plans, except they usually include some measure of work unit performance in determining the size of the "sharing pool.
Read each pair of statements and circle either "A" or "B" to indicate which of the statements best describes the situation for your work unit.
The 2017 survey was identical to 2016s version, grouping survey items into eight topic areas: Personal Work Experiences, Work Unit, Agency, Supervisor, Leadership, Satisfaction, Work/Life Programs, and Demographics.