Job Satisfaction as a Social Concern.

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    • Abstract:
      Individual and organizational adaptations to the dynamics of restricted economic growth are examined, and speculations are made about adaptations in a no-growth economy. The restricted-growth adaptations come together in job satisfaction, sought by the individual and provided by the organization in recognition of its social commitment. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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