The Importance Of Job Dissatisfaction

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n a professional work environment, employees tend to react to any and everything based off of emotions. Job dissatisfaction is an employee response to their job based off of their feeling of the incompleteness of one’s emotions. They hold onto a void of the emptiness of satisfaction with they find displeasure in doing their job. Motivation plays a key role for any employee to performed well above their duties on any particular job. Since productivity is a result of employee’s behavior, influencing this behavior is key to increasing productivity. With the right motivation from staff and co-workers, it will enable an individual employee to set forth goals of accomplishing their work with confidence for career development. An offset salary can …show more content…
According to an article, it annotated a statement that “Happy employees are productive employees.” “Happy employees are not productive employees.” (Saari & Judge, 2004). For most employees they tend to work from how they are feeling at the moment throughout the day. Unfortunately, that could lead to not thinking carefully and properly. Employees have negative attitudes and job viewpoints about many aspects of their jobs, careers, and organizations for which they performed their duties. Cultural influences contribution a heavy part on an employee’s attitude towards the work or particular job. For example, failure to recognize the motivational factors on a job by distinguishing positive and negative emotions and hinder an employee’s performance and life satisfaction (Friedlander & Walton, …show more content…
Most if not all employees feel as though some people should not be in management positions due to lack of experience, lack of respect for subordinates beneath them, or too much micromanaging or lack thereof. Poor leadership can lead to failure to produce proper productivity from an employee. According to (Johnson & Media, 2016) “micromanaging and dictating to employees instead of motivating them can cause a decrease in employee productivity”. Once an employee feels as though their voice is not heard or being taking seriously; their morale for the job and their work deteriorates. Respect in the workplace gives employees the morale to work even harder to maintain their ratings (Oscar, 2015). Honestly, most leaders do not adapt to change well. Most would assume “What works this year may not work in the next.” (Kane-Urrabazo, 2006). If leaders would take into consideration for their employees’ motivation to take action, they need to find ways to produce and manifest effectively to do their job. Management fails to engage the organization effectively, which leads to employees just doing the job and nothing more. In a nutshell, since productivity is a result of employees’ behavior, influencing this behavior is a manager’s key to

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