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Click to edit Master subtitle style  9/27/11 The Mismatched Worker:  When People Don’t Fit Their By: Joel Brandon (Article by Arne L. Kalleberg) Module 2, Article G MGMT 6600—D01
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 9/27/11 What creates a “mismatch”? Discrepancy between employee’s  needs/interests/values/ expectations  and organization’s  characteristics/rewards  People and jobs vary in a variety of ways that can be  mismatched together Example: “morning” people would be a mismatch for a  night shift position Combining the characteristics of people and jobs  identifies 5 categories of possible mismatches
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 9/27/11 Examples of Mismatches Temporal mismatches:  people differ in the hours they  prefer to work Example: An employee working more hours than desired Work-Family Mismatches occur when an employee’s  job conflicts with their performance in other life roles Example: Employee doesn’t have enough time fulfill family  obligations
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This note was uploaded on 09/27/2011 for the course ECON 6000 taught by Professor Fayissa during the Spring '10 term at Middle Tennessee State University.

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