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Biographical Characteristics in Organizational Behavior
Transcript of Biographical Characteristics in Organizational Behavior
belief that it declines with age
"WORKFORCE IS AGING
older workers represent a huge potential pool of high-quality applicants.
-company believes that older workers have a strong work ethic, many skills, and job knowledge that they can share with younger co-workers.
U.S. federal law prohibits employers from discriminating against employees based on their religion, but still is an issue of OB
satisfaction and performance/productivity
Diversity in Organizations
ACOTINA, Ayana Ranie C.
Race and Ethnicity
the biological heritage people use to identify themselves.
the additional set of cultural characteristics.
Since 1990 when the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed, the U.S. workforce has seen a rapid increase of individuals with disabilities.
SEXUAL ORIENTATION and GENDER IDENTITY
avoidable vs. unavoidable
age and job satisfaction
absenteeism and turnover
"WOMEN are more agreeable and willing to conform to authority, whereas MEN are more aggressive and more likely to have expectations of success.
People favor employees with the
same race when dealing with
evaluations, raises, and promotions
Absenteeism and Turnover
Turnover & Absenteeism
less likely hired
lower ratings for resume's that mentioned a disability
greatest religious diversity issue in U.S.
"we believe that having strong transgender and gender identification policies is a natural extension of corporate culture.