negative work


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negative work

[′neg·əd·iv ′wərk]
(industrial engineering)
Work that is performed with the assistance of gravity so that the muscular effort required involves only control of the load.
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For instance, those in negative work environments express significantly more anger and stress on weekdays, and they are less likely to feel happiness, learn or do something interesting, and are less likely to be treated with respect.
Another factor that may influence the extent to which a job content plateau relates to negative work attitudes is whether individuals also feel hierarchically plateaued.
Sometimes, parents fail to understand and appreciate the cultural differences that exist within their foreign affiliates and, thus, create a negative work environment affecting the success of the enterprise.
In essence, many dispatchers perceived a negative work setting.

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