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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 12-theory in workplace environment When you do efforts and get rewards and you compare to other peoples rewards and their efforts Equity is being satisfied and not changing behavior (equity insensitive) Equity is unsatisfied and sensitive will change behavior to change what they get by comparing In modeling behavior their own perspection is the only thing that matters even tho it may Be distorted and not correct Appeal process if you think you are treated unfairly Employee participation sitting down with ta and seeing why you got what you got makes more Equity insensitive Expectancy theory you may want an A but you work hard enough to what you need to get an a Establish in head how likely you will get the goal Not comparing to others, modulated by how much youuu want it and will achieve it Expectancy-study 3 hours a day, valence-valence of getting an a will be higher than someone Who just wants a b Job simplification - the process of reducing the number of tasks a worker performs (time and...
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