Glossary of "J"

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"This is the phenomenon of turning your hobby into a job during your retirement. Did you collect model trains or Hot Wheels cars? Now in retirement, you are an eBay power seller whose electronic...
"Job insecurity is a condition wherein employees lack the assurance that their jobs will remain stable from day to day, week to week, or year to year.  Depending on the discipline and political...
"Job satisfaction is defined as "the extent to which people like (satisfaction) or dislike (dissatisfaction) their jobs" (Spector, 1997, p. 2). This definition suggests job satisfaction is a general...
"Only a generation ago, the advertisement sections of newspapers listed job openings under one of two columns, “Help Wanted-Male” or “Help Wanted-Female.” While this practice is illegal now, jobs...
"An arrangement in which two people agree to do the work of one job." (Barnett) "Secondary part-time jobs: Workers have low skill and compensation compared to their full-time counterparts, and [have...
"Job stress arises when demands exceed abilities, while job-related strains are reactions or outcomes resulting from the experience of stress." (Westman)
"Job stress arises when demands exceed abilities, while job-related strains are reactions or outcomes resulting from the experience of stress." (Westman)
"Jobs are contracts (explicit or implicit) between a person and an institutional unit to perform work in return for compensation (or mixed income) for a defined period or until further notice." (...
“The Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA), enacted in 1982, established a nationwide system of job training programs administered jointly by state and local governments and the private sector. Title...
"Refers to an evaluation of the fairness of economic and socio-emotional outcomes." (Grandey & Cordeiro). "Is concerned with how goods, honors, and obligations are distributed within a community...
"Refers to the evaluation of the procedures that are followed in allocating outcomes." (Grandey & Cordeiro) "The element of justice concerned with the application of laws, rather than with the...