Job Satisfaction and Stress

Job Satisfaction and Stress - Human Capital Job...

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Human Capital Job Satisfaction and Stress Job Satisfaction and Job Stress Satisfaction- pleasurable feeling that results from the perception that one’s job fulfills or allows for the fulfillment of ones important job values Stress- an unpleasant emotional state that results when someone is unsure of their ability/capacity to fulfill a certain task/ challenge to an important value Adaption Model of Stress Alarm Stage- person identifies the threat Resistance Stage- person becomes resilient to pressures posed by initial phase Exhaustion Stage- person cannot adapt to continuing stress Job Burnout The loss of motivation for one’s job o Physical Exhaustion Low energy levels and physical strain o Emotional Exhaustion Depression, helplessness o Depersonalization Becoming cynical, negative attitudes o Feelings of low personal accomplishment, past and future Impact of dissatisfaction o Lower performance o Tardiness o Lower commitment o Less conformity to organizational norms
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