Jobs Attitudes and Performance

Jobs Attitudes and Performance - Employee Job Attitudes o...

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Organizational Behavior 2nd Lecture Notes Job Attitudes and Performance Dimensions of Performance o Task/Job Performance What you are being paid to do o Organizational Citizenship Behaviors (OCBs) Voluntary activities that go beyond job requirement o Counterproductive Behaviors/Deviance Negative behaviors that intentionally hurt the organization
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Unformatted text preview: Employee Job Attitudes o Organizational Commitment o Job Satisfaction • Types of Organizational Commitment o Affective Emotion-based reasons (“Want to stay”) o Normative Obligation-based reasons (“Feel obliged to stay “) o Continuance Cost-based reasons (“Cannot afford not leave”) • Reactions to a Negative Job Event...
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  • Spring '07
  • Bailey
  • Organizational studies and human resource management, Organizational studies, 2006 singles, Organizational citizenship behavior, Organizational Citizenship Behaviors

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