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Satisfaction and Stress
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Job Satisfaction A pleasurable feeling that results from the perception that one’s job fulfills or allows for the fulfillment of one’s important job values”
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Stress “An unpleasant emotional state that results when someone is uncertain of his or her capacity to resolve a perceived challenge to an important value.”
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How big of a problem is stress? 55% of workers say that they sometimes feel overwhelmed 40% reported jobs were extremely stressful 25% list the job as the #1 stressor in their life 25% of people don’t take all their vacation time due to their job 50% of employees who experience high levels of stress will take a job elsewhere 80% of employers think they take care of employees; only 44% of employees agree.
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Case Study: SAS Institute, Inc. Founded in 1976 by Jim Goodnight, John Sall, Anthony Barr, and Jane Helwig Data mining and warehousing program called the SAS System Used by US Census Bureau, the Agriculture Dept, and by long distance phone companies.
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