Job Satisfaction and Stress

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UNDERSTANDING ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
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UNDERSTANDING ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR Today’s class is about… STRESS  Job Satisfaction And why it matters to  organizations What we can do to improve stress levels or at least  our responses to it
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UNDERSTANDING ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR Stories of stress IN 2008, THE US FACED A FINANCIAL CRISIS, COMPANIES  AND INDIVIDUALS IN THE FINANCE INDUSTRY  STRUGGLED TO STAY AFLOAT… Walter Buczynski K. Upender Scott Coles Edwin Rachleff Kirk Stephenson Karthik Rajaram
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UNDERSTANDING ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR Obj. 1: Stress What is 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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UNDERSTANDING ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR Obj. 2: General Adaptation Model of  Stress ALARM  STAGE:  Person  identifies the  threat  RESISTANCE  STAGE: P erson  becomes 
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This note was uploaded on 10/14/2011 for the course WCOB 2033 taught by Professor A during the Fall '07 term at Arkansas.

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