The Human Relations Movement_ Definition and Significance to Organizational Behavior - Video & Lesso

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9/27/2017The Human Relations Movement: Definition and Significance to Organizational Behavior - Video & Lesson Transcript | Study.com1/2The Human Relations Movement: De±nition and Signi±cance toOrganizational BehaviorAutoplayLesson TranscriptThe human relations movement in organizational behavior focuses on the person as an individual and not as justanother part of the mechanics of production. The implementation of this theory decreases turnover,absenteeism and poor job commitment.Human Relations MovementHave you ever felt as if you were insigni±cant to your company? Did your work seem moreconcerned about pro±ts and sales than your own job motivation, interests and attitudes? For manyyears, companies ignored an employee's own personal development. This, in turn, led to negativeattitudes, high turnover, high absenteeism and poor job commitment.When companies focus only on the production and pro±ts of their business, they ignore the humanbehavioral issues of people. The human relations movementin organizational behavior focusesinstead on the person as an individual and analyzes what motivates and cultivates their

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