2660 final mc practice - 2660 Final Multiple Choice Practice Chapter Chapter 09 Feelings About Work Job Attitudes and Emotions Multiple Choice 17

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2660 Final Multiple Choice Practice Chapter: Chapter 09: Feelings About Work: Job Attitudes and Emotions Multiple Choice 17. According to the textbook, which is NOT considered a common job satisfaction facet? a.) payb.) supervisionc.) social support d.) co-workersAns: cFeedback: See page 224 18. According to Hofstede’s cultural values (2001), this refers to the extent to which an organization focuses on achievement and job performance as opposed to health and well-being of employees. 19. If a culture is very comfortable with unpredictability in their environment, then they will be low on this cultural value. 20. This refers to how tolerant people within a culture are of power and status differences among levels of an organization or society.
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21. What scale, developed by Smith, Kendall, & Hulin (`969), assesses these five facets: work, supervision, pay, co-workers, and promotion opportunities? a.) Minnesota Satisfaction Questionnaireb.) Job Descriptive Indexc.) Job in General Scaled.) Job Satisfaction scaleAns: bFeedback: See page 227 22. Which characteristic concerns the freedom employees have to do their jobs as they see fit? 23. _______________ is the overall complexity of a job, computed as a combination of all five individual characteristics. 24. Which characteristic refers to whether or not people believe they are in control of the circumstances in their life?
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25. Hackman and Oldham’s theory (1976) describes which characteristic as a person’s desire for satisfaction of higher order needs? a.) locus of controlb.) scopec.) negative affectivityd.) growth need strength Ans: dFeedback: See page 239 26. In which of the following situations would you find the highest levels of job satisfaction?
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