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Can you name the MGMT 3020 Chapter 17?

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means that power flows down to business units and in turn to employees
John Holland's six personality types
Individuals choose organizations that maximize postiive outcomes and avoid negative outcomces
What kind of work problem do the chinese experience?
Both positive and negative information given to potential employees about the job they are applying for thereby giving them a realistic picture of the job
employment that takes place after a person retires from a full-time position but before the person's permanent withdrawal from the workforce
5 career anchors
3 major tasks that the newcomer faces
(element of career) Involves your perception of the situation rather than training
(element of career) Observable, concrete environment
a structured series of job positions through which an individual progresses in an organization
5 types of social support for Newcomer-Insider Psychological contracts
an individual who provides guidance, coaching, counseling, and friendship to a protege
4 phases of mentorship
Occurs when an organization gains productivity while a person gains work experience
means that both individuals and organizations are committed to the successful completion of the project
Two difficult choices when beginning a career
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Second career stage, high achievement oriented stage in which people focus on increasing their competence
4 characteristics of people who will be most successful in the new paradigm
fourth and final stage in an individual's career in which the individual comtemplates retirement or possible career changes
Implicit agreement between the individual and the organization that specifies what each is expected to give and receive in the relationship
The pattern of work-related experiences that spans the course of a person's life
arrangement that allows employees to reduce their hours and/or responsibilities in order to ease into retirement
Career stage model
a point in an individual's career in which the probability of moving further up the hierarchy is low
Knowing what is good and what is bad gives a newcomer a sense of controler that is important to job satisfaction and performance (primary function of realistic job preview)
A sequence of job experiences that an employee moves along during his or her career
a relationship in which both people have important career roles
what not to talk about
means continually honing skills that can be marketed across organizations
a network of self-perceived talents, motives, and values that guide an individual's career decisions
third stage in career, finds the individual trying to maintain productivity while evaluating progress toward career goals
work schedule that allows employees discretion in order to accommodate personal concerns

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