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The degree of pleasure an employee derives from his or her job.
Job Satisfaction (p. 314)
Lazarus and Lazarus (1994): Five Categories of Human Emotions
1.) Positive
2.) Negative
3.) Existential
4.) Nasty
5.) Empathetic
The degree to which a person identifies psychologically with his or her work and the importance of work to one's self-image.
Job involvement
The extent to which an employee feels a sense of allegiance to his or , her employer.
Organizational commitment
The employee's emotional attachment to, and identification with, the organization.
Affective component
The commitment based on the costs that the employee associates with leaving the organization.
Continuance component
The employee's feelings of obligation to remain with the organization.
Normative component