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OBHR Ch. 3 Book Notes

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OBHR Ch. 3 Book Notes OBHR 330

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Organizational Behavior and Human Resources
Christine L. Jackson

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Here is a summary of key terms and concepts for Ch. 3 from the textbook.
Organizational Behavior and Human Resources
Christine L. Jackson
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Date Created: 01/22/15
HR 333 Ch 3 Book Notes Key Terms and Concepts Organizational Commitment the desire on the part of an employee to remain a member of the organization in uences whether an employee is retained or turns over 0 Affective a desire to remain a member of an organization due to an emotional attachment to and involvement with that organization 0 Erosion Model employees with fewer bonds will most likely to quit 0 Social In uence Model employees who have direct linkage with leavers will themselves become more likely to leave contagious these cause companies to value employees connections and help foster them 0 Continuance costbased reasons like salary or bene ts 0 Pro t associated with staying costs with leaving total amount of investment time effort energy and lack of employment alternatives nowhere else to go plays a role 0 Embeddedness employee s links to their organization and community together 0 Normative obligationbased sense of debt owed to a boss 0 Personal work philosophies general code of right and wrong feeling in the companies debt and even becoming a charitable organization quotThese are your focus of commitment inspire your desire to stay with an organization Withdrawal behavior actions that employees perform to avoid the work situation 0 Exit active destructive response by someone ends or restricts organizational membership Types of changing circumstances These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture They are best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute 0 Voice active constructive response in which individuals attempt to improve their situation 0 Loyalty passive constructive response that maintains public support for the situation 0 Neglect passive destructive response in which interest and effort in the job declines Types of Employees 0 Stars high commitment high performance role models 0 Citizens high commitment low performance voluntary extrarole activities 0 Lone wolves possess low commitment high performance and want to achieve goals for themselves 0 Apathetics low commitment low performance will neglect Pyschological Withdrawal actions that provide a mental escape from the work environment 0 Include daydreaming looking busy moonlighting cyber loa ng socializing Physical Withdrawal physical escape shortterm or longterm from work environment 0 Tardiness Long breaks absenteeism quitting ndependent Forms Model various withdrawal behaviors are uncorrelated with one another Compensatory Forms Model various withdrawal behaviors are negatively correlated with on another Progression model various withdrawal behaviors are positively correlated Types of contracts 0 Psychological Contracts employees beliefs about what they owe the organization and what the organization owes them 0 Transactional Contracts based on a narrow set of speci c monetary obligations o Relational Contracts based on a broader set of openended and subjective obligations Current Lecture


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