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Emotions are strong positive or negative feeling

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Emotions are strong positive or negative feeling directed towards someone or something. Are intense are not long-lasting. They are always associated with a source. Attitude: Predisposition to respond in a positive or negative way to someone or something in one’s environment. An attitude has experience, about intuition. Attitude can change when you learn more. Job satisfaction is an attitude.
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Satisfaction and performance relationship The performance of job satisfaction shows up in two decisions people make about their work which are decision to belong, and decision to perform. A recent study find that higher levels of job satisfaction are related to higher levels of customer ratings received by service workers. There are 3 different positions that have been advanced about casualty in the satisfaction- performance relationship: Job satisfaction causes performance. Performance causes job satisfaction. Job satisfaction and performance influence one another, and are mutually affected by other factors such as availability of rewards. Job satisfaction alone is not a consistent predictor of individual work performance. There is a relationship between individual performance measured at one time and later job satisfaction. The right rewards allocated in the right ways will positively influence both performance and satisfaction. Performance contingency points out that the size of the reward varies in proportion to the level of performance. Rewards influence satisfaction while performance contingency rewards influe
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