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Long Hours, Hundreds of E-Mails, and No Sleep
Sharmin Shorna: 152011015
Sayeba Afrin: 152011081
Lamyea Ahmed: 152011065
Samma Saherin: 143011155
Q1: Do you think only certain individuals are attracted to these types of jobs, or is it the characteristics of the jobs themselves that are satisfying?
Case Overview
Gian Paolo Lombardo, during his vacation he spent most of the time in hotel room in California with his Blackberry, while his wife Ellen chatted with other guests.
Higher priority to professionalism than their life
Jobs offer higher status in the society
Employee find their jobs challenging
Q 2 : What characteristics of these jobs might contribute to increased levels of job satisfaction?
Autonomy or independence
Challenging and
of the job
Contribution of work to organization's goal
Get benefits
Work itself
high pay, networking
Q 3 : Given that the four individuals we just read about tend to be satisfied with their jobs, how might this satisfaction relate to their job performance, citizenship behavior, and turnover?
Job Performance
Job satisfaction of the employees are positively related with their performance
Citizenship Behavior
Discretionary behavior that
is more likely to talk
positive about the
Job satisfactions of these individuals are negatively related to turnover
Q 4 : Recall David Clark’s statement that “there are plenty of people who would love to have this job. They’re knocking on the door all the time.” How might Clark’s perceptions that he has a job many others desire contribute to his job satisfaction?
Perceive demand
for his job to others
Enjoy with his or her work
A pride thing
Does This Sound Like a Satisfying Job

David Clark is the vice president of global marketing for MTV. His job often travelling around and don’t have much time to spend with his family.
Tony Kurz is a managing director at Capital Alliance Partners, and raises funds for real estate investments. He often flies to exotic locations to woo prospective clients.
Irene Tse heads the government bond-trading division about 10 years. She says she hasn’t slept through the nightin years and often wakes up several times to check the global market status. She can count on the fingers of the
hand the number of days in her career when she didn’t want to come to work.
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