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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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I do not feel like I am making a change in my clients"), Negative Work Environment (e.
Over time, negative work environments lead to error, conflict, poor patient outcomes, and stress (American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, 2005).
The MP added that Lebanon is passing through a totally different stage than that of the one which preceded the government' s resignation; stressing that "those who would like to participate in the government should be convinced in positive not negative work.
It is also true that the disruptive behaviors which create such a negative work environment are not just a nursing issue.
A negative work environment encourages people to simply get through the day with minimum effort--it does not motivate them to excel, or to find creative answers to obstacles the business may be facing.
Conversely, negative work environments lack satisfying work and are characterized by poor supervision.
Newsrooms have been found to be negative work environments in which complaints based on negative perceptions prevail to reduce stress associated with deadline and other publication pressure.
Presenting evidence linking the derailer to a negative work outcome: CFOs need to be confronted with data that clearly demonstrate how derailing behaviors have negative work outcomes.

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