emotional distress that accompanies stressful demands o Hindrance stressors

Emotional distress that accompanies stressful demands

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emotional distress that accompanies stressful demands o Hindrance stressors have a weak negative relationship with job performance Result in strains/negative emotions that reduce the overall level of energy and attention that people could otherwise bring to their job duties o Hindrance stressors have a strong negative relationship with organizational commitment Evoke strains, which are generally dissatisfying to people, and satisfaction has a strong impact on the degree to which people feel committed to their organization o Stress audit – managers ask questions about the nature of the jobs in the org. to est. whether high stress levels may be a problem o Catalyst for change, assessing work place stress o Sabbatical gives employees gives employees the opportunity to take off from work to engage in an alternative activity o “Leave of absence” – not common in industry, not paid and guaranteed Job sharing - Ex. Student-workers don’t work full time & other students share the same position - Ex. Paternal/maternal leave, someone has to fill in Providing Resources
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CHAPTER 6Motivation:defined as a set of energetic forces that originates both within and outside in employee, initiates work-related effort, and determines its direction, intensity and persistence -Directed: Ex. Going to Mays -Intensity: Ex. choosing hard major/courses Employees who are engaged completely invest themselves and their energies into their jobsEx. why do we choose to take advanced/pre-AP courses?
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Instrumentality: reps the belief that successful performance will result in some outcome.
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