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Job Satisfaction and the Job Itself
Job Satisfaction and Context Factors
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achievement argue aspects Chapter considerable content theories correlation critical incident technique decision-making deskilled dissatisfied effects of job employees equity theory evidence examined example expectations feedback feelings findings fulfilment greater group theory Hackman and Lawler Hawthorne studies Herzberg Herzberg's theory higher order needs Hulin hygiene factors important improved increased productivity increasing job satisfaction individual's job dissatisfaction job enlargement job involvement job redesign job rotation Katzell and Yankelovich large number lead major mental health motivators noted number of studies one's organisational climate organisational structure overall job satisfaction participation performance problems promotion reason reference group related to job relationship between job relationship between satisfaction reported rewards role role conflict satisfaction and dissatisfaction satisfaction and productivity satisfaction with pay satisfied self-actualisation self-esteem significant situation skill social interaction social relationships success suggest supervision supervisor task task-orientated theory of job Walker and Guest Warr and Wall Whilst work-groups