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ERIC Number: EJ127325
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1975
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Variations in Orientation to Work and Job Satisfaction
Russell, Kevin J.
Sociology of Work and Occupations, 2, 4, 299-322, Nov 75
The Proposition that Herzberg's bipartite analysis of job satisfaction oversimplifies by failing to take account of variations in work orientation was tested empirically and corroborated; dominant rewards for expressively oriented workers are intrinsic, for instrumentally oriented workers, extrinsic. Management should ascertain variations in employees' work orientation to enhance job satisfaction. (Author/AJ)
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