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- The search for meaning at work. Caudron, Shari // Training & Development;Sep97, Vol. 51 Issue 9, p24
Examines the increasing need by employees in the United States to achieve meaning at work. Employees' search for fulfilling work; Things that can make work more meaningful to various employees; Advice on creating a meaningful environment; Establishment of programs that make employees help...
- Enjoy your job. Browning, Guy; Crush, Peter // Management Today;May2001, p22
Provides tips for career satisfaction and enjoyment in Great Britain. Proper attitude towards stress; Importance of learning different things each day; Avoidance of vending machines; Preference for working with likable colleagues and assignments.
- Does joy in work have a place on your balance sheet? Silberstang, Joyce // Journal for Quality & Participation;Dec95, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p20
Discusses the importance of having joy in work. Organizational implications of job dissatisfaction; Role of managers to end job dissatisfaction. INSETS: What is happiness?.;Can dissatisfaction produce good?..
- Understanding, Prediction, and Control as Moderators of the Relationships Between Perceived Stress, Satisfaction, and Psychological Well-Being. Tetrick, Lois E.; LaRocco, James M. // Journal of Applied Psychology;Nov87, Vol. 72 Issue 4, p538
Examines the moderating effects of understandable, predictable and controllable work situations on the relationship between perceived role stress, satisfaction and psychological well-being. Overview of research involving the general stress health model; Effect on stress and strain of factors...
- Work role ambiguity, job satisfaction, and job performance: Meta-analyses and review. Abramis, David J. // Psychological Reports;Dec94 Part 2, Vol. 75 Issue 3, p1411
Examines studies of two primary correlates of work role ambiguity, namely job satisfaction and job performance. Formal meta-analytic methods; True variance in correlations across studies.
- MINDLESS JOBS ARE DEADLY. // IIE Solutions;Jul2002, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p66
Focuses on a study that examined the psychosocial impact of working conditions over the cumulative life course of a representative sample of working American adults. Correlation between job stress and mortality risk among workers; Factors influencing job satisfaction.
- Faculty Morale. Oppenheimer, J. J.; Britton, Joseph H. // Journal of Higher Education;Oct1952, Vol. 23 Issue 7, p383
The article reports on the satisfaction of the social-psychological conditions that are necessary for the mental well-being of a teacher. The happiness of a faculty member depends on the fulfillment of requirements such as the feeling of being recognized as a worth-while and useful person in his...
- The Concept Of Related Stress. // Business Credit;Jun2006, Vol. 108 Issue 6, p70
The article presents information on the concept of job stress that can lead to poor health and injury. The job stress occurs in such a situation where the requirements of the job do not match the capabilities, resources or needs of the workers. Such situations create harmful physical and...
- Pharmacists stressed but satisfied with jobs, study finds. Ukens, Carol // Drug Topics;6/21/2004, Vol. 148 Issue 12, p42
This article looks into the perception of pharmacists regarding their jobs. Two thirds of pharmacists said they're satisfied with their jobs but at the same time, a like percentage confessed to suffering from job-related stress, according to a national survey in the U.S. Pharmacists working for...