TITLE

Learning To Feel For Others Exploring Gender Differences

AUTHOR(S)
Essounga, Yvette M.; Essounga-Njan, Yvette; Njan, Yvette; Montgomery, Daisy
PUB. DATE
January 2013
SOURCE
Proceedings of the Northeast Business & Economics Association;2013, p82
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In this discussion there will be examine why it is that it would be hard to find a large amount of employees who are completely happy with their work conditions. One of the biggest reasons why people are displeased with their work environment is because they feel misunderstood by their employer and fellow colleagues. There needs to be a way in which employers and employees understand that being un-empathic is unacceptable. While trying to find a resolution, we will discuss whether or not there are gender differences in willingness to be empathic toward employees and coworkers, and how that ultimately effects the work environment. Gender differences were found in the propensity to show empathy towards others.
ACCESSION #
101332197

 

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