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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/26/11 Chapter 12 WORK
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5/26/11 Meaning Work gives us friendships, a chance to exercise power, the excitement of creativity, prestige, social recognition, sense of worth and financial gain Negative costs are associated with goals for financial success. People with stronger financial goals tended to have lower overall life satisfaction
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5/26/11 Changing Nature of Work Global competition Managers must use flexible styles of leadership depending on the situation, with an emphasis to bring out creativity and best efforts
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5/26/11 Graying of Workforce Median age of workforce 2012= 41.4 Persons aged 55 and older are expected to comprise 60% of the projected increase in labor force
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5/26/11 Occupational choice (452) Holland- Good match between personality and occupation maximizes occupational satisfaction Match between personality + job= short- term- more productivity and long-term- more stable career paths Women are more likely to have social, artistic and conventional personality types
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