- employees feelings of mistrust and insecurity, and their effects on the employment relationship
- the speed of organizational change which requires employees to make continuous transitions.
- are negotiated with employees
- are supported by management
- and, hence, recreate trust
"A thoughtful, very readable and well–documented overview of employment in the context of the huge changes in the world of work that have been going on through the nineties. From the point of view of employers, the book is of particular value in drawing attention to the importance of trust as the basis of the social capital element in the intellectual property of organizations." Godfrey Golzen, Editor, Human Resources
"Trust and Transition is an important book on an important topic. If organizations are to manage change effectively, they need to help their employees to do so too. This deeply ethical as well as practical book indicates why this matters, and how career contracting can make it happen." A.G. Watts, National Institute for Careers Education and Counselling
Continuity or Cataclysm?
Human Resource Rhetoric: Cost Cutting Reality.
Personal Survival Stakes.
Organizational Strategy: Rational or Rationalization?
Keeping on Course.
Development for Transition.
Information Exchange: Dialogue and Transitions.
Leadership, Trust and Transitions.