Feeling for the facts

Briner, Rob
January 1997
People Management;1/9/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p34
Examines the relationship between work feelings and labor productivity. Limitations of the concept of stress in explaining work performance; Adequacy of work feelings as descriptive tools and measures of work behaviors; Categories of feeling states; Approaches in understanding work feelings.


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