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Adriana, Very interesting post, like you said It really depends on the individual and the level of needs they are at to determine what their main motivators are. People have needs. It could be to achieve more money, getting that dream job no matter the pay, etc. This produces the drive and desire which motivates us to satisfy that need and your friend is a great example of this. It clearly depends on priority and what matter to us at the present time. “Jonathan,P,2015” Lower needs must be satisfied before the higher needs can be addressed. For example, one must first obtain food and water (physiological) before worrying about what might happen if they get in a car accident tomorrow (safety). Jonathan Ping, 2015., Combining Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs & Personal Finance: Retrieved from - finance.html Discussion Question #3 - Employee Satisfaction by DQ Poster - Tuesday, 10 January 2017, 9:35 AM To what extent do you think that values and attitudes contribute to an employee’s overall satisfaction with their job? Why or why not? Referring to both examples from the business and political worlds, what can happen when a population’s collective value system differs greatly from that of their employers or governments? 110 words   Initial post Values and attitudes affect behaviour and can have a big impact on how much people are committed to and engaged in their jobs. One reason for the interest in job satisfaction is that whether an employee is satisfied with his or her job has significant consequences not only for the employee, but also for co-employees, managers and the organization as a whole. Employee’s level or degree of job satisfaction can range from extreme satisfaction to extreme dissatisfaction. Job satisfaction is something broad and it can be defined in many ways but in simple word, it can be defined as experience of individual at workplace, bad experience can lead them to resign. If the employee’s values and attitudes match the companies then there will be a greater chance for success within the company, satisfaction with the day to day job, lower turnover rates and greater productivity (Langton, N., 2015, p. 84). In the political world that involved election there is always some sort of negative impact outcome through riots, etc. this happens as a result of when population’s collective value system differs greatly from government. To satisfy employee’s job satisfaction it is very important to make sure the population values match with employers or the government. Therefore, employers or government need to come up with a possible solution to come up with a way to satisfy employee’s job satisfaction.
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Reference: Langton, N., Robbins, S. P., & Judge, T. A. (2015). Organizational behaviour: Concepts, controversies, applications. (7th Canadian edition). Pearson Education: Canada.
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