Describe the consequences of negative employee job attitudes

Describe the consequences of negative employee job attitudes

Describe the consequences of negative employee job attitudes. Discussion: Job Attitudes

Both employers and employees prize positive job attitudes. In fact, one theorist described the link between employee attitudes and job performance as the “Holy Grail” of organizational psychology (Landy, 1989). Research indicates that certain critical interpersonal and organizational factors influence employee attitudes (Heavey, Halliday, Gilbert, & Murphy, 2011; Kidwell & Valentine, 2009). Although that which affects one employee’s attitudes may not affect another’s, most I/O psychologists agree that attitudes affect organizational practices such as work attendance, work engagement, and interactions with co-workers.

To prepare:

• Review this week’s Learning Resources.

• Think about the critical factors including your own personal employee job attitudes in an organization with which you work or are familiar.

Post a brief introduction and a description of three critical factors that influence your job attitudes in your current organization or an organization with which you are familiar. Explain why these factors are critical. Then, describe the consequences of negative employee job attitudes in your selected organization. How might negative employee attitudes affect the organization as a whole? Next, suggest one strategy to foster positive employee attitudes within the selected organization and explain why it would be successful.

The response should include a reference list. Double-space, using Times New Roman 12 pnt font, one-inch margins, and APA style of writing and citations.

The paper should be no more than four pages  in leghth including a title page and reference page. This means two pages of content, which requires clear and focused writing. Avoid excessive use of quotations.

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