This essay focuses on Job Satisfaction and Job Involvement.8 Other important attitudes include perceived organizational support and employee engagement
We have thousands of attitudes, but OB focuses on a . It is very limited number that form positive or negative evaluations employees hold about their work environments. Much of the research has looked at three attitudes: job satisfaction, job involvement, and organizational commitment.8 Other important attitudes include perceived organizational support and employee engagement. Job Satisfaction and Job Involvement When people speak of employee attitudes, they usually mean job satisfaction, a positive feeling about a job resulting from an evaluation of its characteristics. A person with high job satisfaction holds positive feelings. It is about the work, while a person with low satisfaction holds negative feelings.
Because OB researchers give job satisfaction high importance, we’ll review this attitude in detail later. Related to is, the degree to which people identify psychologically with their and consider their perceived performance levels important to their self-worth.9 Employees with high strongly identify with and really care about the kind of work they do. Another closely related concept is psychological. It is empowerment, or employees’ beliefs in: the degree to which they influence. It is their work environment, their competencies, the meaningfulness of their job, and their perceived autonomy.10 Research suggests that empowerment initiatives need to be tailored. This is to desired behavioral outcomes. Research in Singapore found that good leaders empower their employees. It is by fostering their self-perception of competence— through involving them. This is in decisions, making them feel their work is important, and giving them discretion to “do their own thing.”11
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