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If job conditions cannot be changed a dissatisfied worker may opt for an internal

If job conditions cannot be changed, a dissatisfied worker may opt for an internal transfer if the dissatisfaction is job-specific. 
 
True    False

 

12.Organizational commitment is the degree to which employees identify themselves with their jobs. 
 
True    False

 

13.The key driving force behind all the different forms of job withdrawal is job satisfaction. 
 
True    False

 

14.A frame of reference is a standard point that serves as a comparison for other points and thus provides meaning. 
 
True    False

 

15.The perception and reaction of an organization's own employees to working conditions has implications for competitive advantage. 
 
True    False

 

16.Negative affectivity describes a dispositional dimension that reflects pervasive individual similarities in dissatisfaction with any and all aspects of life. 
 
True    False

 

17.The evidence on the linkage between negative affectivity and job satisfaction suggests the importance of personnel selection as a way of raising overall levels of employee satisfaction. 
 
True    False

 

18.Due to negative affectivity, if job satisfaction remains relatively stable across time and jobs, transient changes in job satisfaction will be difficult to sustain in the individuals. 
 
True    False

 

19.With a few exceptions, there is a strong positive relationship between task complexity and job satisfaction. 
 
True    False

 

20.One of the major interventions aimed at reducing job dissatisfaction by increasing job complexity is job enrichment. 
 
True    False

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