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Big 5, most to least stable

Extraversion, agreeableness, openness to experience, conscientiousness, and nueroticism

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Which of the big 5 explains a level of independence, imagination,and curiosity?

Openness to experience

63

Which of the big 5 has a methodical approach to life, self-control, and achievement orientation?

Concientous

64

Which of the big 5 relates to level of sociability, talkativeness, assertiveness?

Extroversion/introversion

65

Which of the big 5 has a level of friendliness, likability, and cooperativeness?

Agreeableness

66

Which of the big 5 is explained by level of calmness, anxiety, and emotionality?

Neuroticism

67

Acquired Needs Theory

McClelland and colleagues uncovered three major factors that motivate ppl in workplace and life: Need for Achievement, Need for Power, and Need for Affiliation

68

Self-Regulation Theory

Banduar, approach assumes that people consciously set goals for themselves, monitor feedback to self-evaluate, and confirm or correct based on that feedback. Effectiveness and self-efficacy develops from this process.

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Civil rights act of 1964

Legislation that protects demographic groups such as AA, Hispanic, and women from employment discrimination

70

Age Discrimination in Employment Act

Legislation that protects individuals 40 yrs or older from discrimination in selection, termination, pay, and training.

71

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)

Investigative agency of Fed. Gov. that seeks to confirm or disconfirm instances of discrimination, ad to seek resolution of discrimination claims

72

Job characteristics assessment evaluates:

Skill variety, task identity, task significance, autonomy and task feedback

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Skill variety

can make a job more meaningful

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task identity

can enhance job satisfaction whether the employee does an entire job or piece of a job

75

task significance

the more impact a task has on others, the more meaningful

76

autonomy

freedom employees have to conduct their jobs as they see fit

77

task feedback

enhance job satisfaction by enabling an employee to know if they are doing their jobs correctly

78

Holland's RIASEC

Matching individual traits and job characteristics allows predication of job success and satisfaction. Realistic, investigative, artistic, social (helper) enterprising, conventional (organizer)

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Which one of Holland's domains has to do with someone who is asocial, conforming, materialistic, persistent, practical and inflexible?

Realistic (doer)

80

Which one of Holland's domains has to deal with someone who is analytical, cautious, critical, complex curious, independent, introspective, pessimistic, rational and reserved?

Investigative (thinker)

81

Holland:complicated, emotional, disorderly, expressive, idealistic, imaginative, impulsive, independent, introspective, nonconforming

Artistic (creator)

82

Holland: cooperative, patient, friendly, generous, helpful, idealistic, warm empathic, kind social, tactful

Social (helper)

83

Holland: inquisitive, adventurous, agreeable, ambitious, energetic, excitement-seeking, extroverted, flirtatious, optimistic and self-confident

Enterprising (persuader)

84

Holland: careful, conforming, conscientious, defensive, efficient, inflexible, orderly, persistent, practical and prudish

Conventional (organizer)

85

Holland - ECR

conforming personalities

86

Holland - SAI

non-conforming personalities

87

Holland RI

introverted personalities

88

Holland ES

extroverted personalities

89

biodata

info collected about previous jobs, education, and personal history; a good predictor of some organizational behavior, such as turnover

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Work sample

Measure job skills by taking samples of bx in realistic job situations; good predictors of job performance; less likely to discriminate against minorities (better at assessing motor than verbal skills)