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• The most general and long-lasting
feelings and beliefs people have that
contribute to how they experience work.
• Values can be intrinsic (i.e., related to
the nature of work itself) or extrinsic
(i.e., related to the consequences of
work). Terminal values or desirable end-states of existence
(equality, freedom, and salvation).
Instrumental values are preferable modes of behavior
or means of achieving the terminal values (capable,
cheerful, courageous, imaginative, logical, loving, and
People in the same occupations or categories, such as
corporate executives, union members, or community
activists, tend to hold similar values. VALUES, ATTITUDES, & JOB SATISFACTION NOTES Types of Values Terminal
Work Attitudes are more specific than values and not as
long lasting. Attitude changes occur over time or through
changed work situations. Specific important work
attitudes are job satisfaction, Job involvement and
organizational commitment Work Attitudes
• Collections of feelings, beliefs, and thoughts about how
to behave that people currently hold...
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This document was uploaded on 03/15/2014 for the course HROB 101 at CSU Sacramento.
- Spring '08