Cultural Differentiation Based on Employee Work Values

During the 1960s and 1970s a good deal of research was done on identifying and measuring differences between national cultures based on patterns of employee attitudes toward work.  This report summarizes some of the most important studies and demonstrates how societies might differ with respect to their attitudes regarding work goal importance; need deficiency, fulfillment and job satisfaction; managerial and organizational variables; and work role and interpersonal orientation.

Written by agutterman

Founding Director of the Sustainable Entrepreneurship Project


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