job satisfaction

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Let’s start with a simple definition for “corporate culture”, most authors agree that it “refers to the set of values, beliefs, and behavior patterns that form the core identity of an organization.” Corporate Culture and ROI Daniel R. Denison, in his article “Bringing Corporate Culture to the Bottom Line”, answers the following question: “Do firms that organize their work well and involve employees in decision making really perform any better than firms that do not? If so, how much better, and under what conditions?” He compares 34 large American firms using survey data and Standard and Poor’s financial...

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Pressures, stresses, burnout, self-esteem, depression, anxiety, the correlation between “out-sourcing” and the increasing feelings of job insecurity, the development of a “workaholic” culture, headaches, dizziness, muscle pain, digestive problems, cardiovascular disease and musculoskeletal disorders, what they all have in common? Some of them are the cause, others the effect, some are related to Mental Health and other to Physical Health but at the end, all of them have a negative impact on the level of job satisfaction. “ A meta-analysis of almost 500 studies of job satisfaction, incorporating over 250 000 employees in a large variety of different organisations based throughout...

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