ATTITUDES_AND_VALUES

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1/25/11 ATTITUDES Attitudes are the cluster of beliefs, assessed feelings, and behavioral intentions toward an object. COMPONENTS OF ATTITUDES AFFECTIV E COGNITIVE BEHAVIORA L
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1/25/11 TYPES OF WORK ATTITUDES Ø JOB INVOLVEMENT: The degree to which a person identifies with his job, actively participates in it and considers his/her performance important to self-worth. JI Job Performance, less absenteeism JI Job Satisfaction Ø ORGANISATIONAL COMMITMENT: (+ve)
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1/25/11 TYPES OF WORK ATTITUDES (contd) Ø JOB SATISFACTION A person’s evaluation of his/her job and work context. Ø What are the sources of job satisfaction/ dissatisfaction? Challenging Work Physical Demands Working Conditions Goal Attainment Remand Structure Self Esteem Organization & Management Others in the
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1/25/11 IMPORTANCE OF JOB SATISFCATION Ø High levels of dissatisfaction identifies organizational problems that need attention Ø Satisfied employees increase customer satisfaction and
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This note was uploaded on 01/23/2011 for the course MGMT 101 taught by Professor Deepasanghvi during the Spring '10 term at Folsom Lake College.

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