what blacks want from their jobs- and what they get

Milbourn Jr., Gene; Cuba, Richard
September 1980
Advanced Management Journal (03621863);Fall80, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p50
Academic Journal
Discusses the differences in job attitudes between minority cultures, especially the Afro-Americans, and white Anglo-Saxon culture. Variables that influence the level of satisfaction among Afro-Americans; Difference between perceptions of fairness and perceptions of inequitable treatment; Definition of motivation to manage.


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