CWBS

AcronymDefinition
CWBSContract(or) Work Breakdown Structure
CWBSContract Work Breakdown Structure
CWBSClearwater Bay School (Hong Kong)
CWBSCollision Warning and Brake Support (Volvo car feature)
CWBSCost Work Breakdown Structure
CWBSChild Well-Being Scale
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Empirical evidence obtained by Yam, Klotz, He, and Reynolds (2017) showed that CBs caused by constrained motivation led employees to feel justified in engaging in subsequent CWBs because the CBs had been performed under constraint.
Present study was an endeavor to explore job burnout as a factor causing negative outcomes of POP on a workplace behavior that might cause counterproductive work behaviors (CWBs).
In order to improve the assessment of integrity and counterproductive work behaviors during the process of personnel selection, the Risk Indicator (RI) was developed as a pre-employment integrity test which uses a multi-method approach for predicting CWB and is designed to be predictive of a variety of CWBs, unlike typical overt tests (Fine & Pecker, 2015).
The prime contractors typically submit proprietary solutions to meet program requirements requiring the MIL-STD-881C WBS to be tailored to a Contract WBS (CWBS) to categorize innovative or high risk technologies.
[27] have classified CWBs into five main dimensions and have explained each dimension:
At the same time, according to the divergence perspective, we believed that the CWBs in China would show some special and unique features, as China is very different from the West in terms of its cultural environment.
Commonwealth Bankshares (NASDAQ: CWBS), the parent company of Bank of the Commonwealth, has appointed Richard Tavss as chairman of both company and the bank, replacing Edward Woodard Jr.
Australia-based Commonwealth Bank (NASDAQ: CWBS) has announced that its bad debts have peaked.
Commonwealth Bankshares (NASDAQ: CWBS) has reported earnings of USD584,100 for the three months ended June 30, 2009, a decrease of 75.7 percent over the USD2.4m reported in the second quarter of 2008.
In recent years there has been an explosion of interest among organizational researchers in counterproductive work behavior (CWB) owing to it becoming widespread and causing considerable harm to organizations.