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643 wordsConceptualization of Case Study This typology theory was developed to organize the voluminous data about people in different jobs and the data about different work environments, to suggest how people make career choices and to explain how job satisfaction and vocational achievement occur. Holland suggested that "people can function and develop best and find job satisfaction in work environments that are compatible with their personalities" (ICDM, 1991, p. 4 - 4). Holland based his theory of pers...
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2,674 wordsMorale Overview Morale, often used synonymously with job satisfaction, can be simply defined as the general attitude an employee has toward his or her job. Good morale is often a reflection that job satisfaction is high that there is little difference between the rewards provided and what an employee believes he / she should receive. Conversely, poor or low morale reflects workers dissatisfaction with some job related matters. Good morale, or job satisfaction, is considered a key dependent varia...
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1,519 wordsFebruary 25, 1998 SOC 100 X Paper One Social Structure of Bartlett and Sabol Law Offices Social structure is a part of every organization, whether formal or informal. A very defined social structure is often evident in the workplace. In my workplace, Bartlett and Sabol Law Offices, the social structure is very concrete. There are many perspectives from which the social structure can be viewed. It can best be discussed in terms of statuses, roles, interactions, formal and informal organization, h...
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1,094 wordsAre you Satisfied? In Job Satisfaction, Stephen P. Robbins writes about five factors which make a person satisfied with his or her job. These factors are mentally challenging work, equitable rewards, supportive working conditions, supportive colleagues, and personality-job fit. From his article I choose two most important factors that work for me. Those are supportive working conditions and supportive colleagues. In the first factor that I chose, Stephen P. Robbins is talking about conditions th...
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2,575 wordsMotivation And Productivity Related To Job Satisfaction Motivation And Productivity Related To Job Satisfaction Abstract The relationship between job satisfaction, motivation, and efficiency or productivity is very important in the business industry as well as in personal life. Long term research has found that the single greatest predictor of longevity is work satisfaction. Work is one third to one half of a persons lifetime, and if frustrated the mental and physical effects are very costly. Jo...
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