The authors Wen-Hsien Ho, Ching Sheng Chang, Ying-Ling Shih and Rong-Da Liang in their research article “Effects Of Job Rotation And Role Stress Among Nurses On Job Satisfaction And Organizational Commitment”, conducted a field study and the purpose of study was to inspect how role stress among nurses could affect their organizational commitment and job satisfaction, and if the job rotation system might encourage nurses to recognize, relate to and share the vision of the organization, it will result
Positive Organizational Behavior Mitigates Stress and Drives Motivation Two business problems commonly faced by managers are stress in the workplace and lack of motivation. There are basic insights that can help managers understand the relationship between stress and motivation. Positive Organizational Behavior outlines comprehensive approaches that managers can use to, not only mitigate stress and increase motivation, but to increase overall individual and organizational wellness. Stress and Motivation
Organizational behavior studies the impact of groups, individuals, and structures have on the personal human behavior within many organizations. There is many different definitions of organizational behavior, but they are all relatively the same in all cases. “Organizational behavior studies organizations from multiple viewpoints, including behavior within the organization and in relation to other organizations (Boundless.com).” This is not just the study on one organization, but the study within
Scroggins, Thomas, and Morris (2009), personality tests using the Big Five can predict job performance; identify specific traits associated with a particular profession; job and training proficiency; performance motivation; career success; and organizational commitment. Additionally, personality tests combined with cognitive ability test reduce adverse impact; thereby, enhancing the validity of employment selection process (Scroggins, Thomas, & Morris, 2009). Specifically, the variety of items within
dictates behaviors and attitudes within organizations. Positive emotions help employees attain favorable outcomes including job enrichment, achievement and higher quality social context. There is smooth relationship in the workplace when there are positive emotions. Negative emotions on the other hand change the attitude of employees towards work. They become pessimists and unmotivated and this attitude negatively affect performance. Negative attitudes may cause employees not to achieve anything.
automatically responding to environmental stimuli rather than cognition. However, negative emotions are common in the working environment. Negative emotions are the excessive experience of a person 's ability to reflect an objective stimulus. Anxiety, tension, anger, frustration, sadness, pain, sadness, unhappiness, depression and other emotions are bad mood. Every negative
IMPACT OF ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE AND CULTURE ON JOB SATISFACTION, JOB STRESS AND EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION: A SURVEY OF EXISTING LITREATURE ABSTRACT Effectively managing human resources in the organizations is a big concern both for HR managers and the policy makers of the organization. To have a satisfied, motivated, less stressed performing workforce an organization must have consistency amongst its structure, system, people, culture and good fit with the strategy. In this paper an attempt has been
Occupational stress is defined as a person’s physical and mental reaction to a stressor in the surrounding environment (Antai-Otong 2001). This stressor can occur from the mental or emotional states, and on the physical activities a person is doing. Occupational stress is one of the health perils of the present day working environment in which members are employees. Stress condition is relative in nature separated from its presence, which an unnecessary stress could be destructive in numerous terms
direction of their lives. Stress has emerged as a thrust area in organizational behavior research. Stress research has been suffering with conceptual (Beeha & Newman, 1978), methodological (kahn,1981) and focus (Ivancevich and Mattson, 1980) Problems. However, work related stress is increasingly becoming a prominent field of research in recent years (Sinha & Sinha, 1977). The Review of literature contained in the present chapter focuses on earlier research findings on job stress of banking personnel.
Police officers are confronted with destructive and negative behavior on a regular basis. Law enforcement is one of the most stressful and demanding professions in the United States. Characteristics of police work are stressful because a situation can change at any time. An FBI report shows that approximately twelve out of every one hundred or 60,000 police officers are assaulted each year (Stevens, p. 587). Combined with many other factors, Stress is defined as “the wear and tear our bodies and