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Job Satisfaction and Adversity Quotient: How Current Generations Differ from the Earlier

Journal of Strategic Human Resource Management

Volume 8 Issue 3

Published: 2019
Author(s) Name: Vandana, V. K., Vinay Kumar Chaganti | Author(s) Affiliation: Research Scholar, Satyabhama University, Tamil Nadu, India.
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Abstract

Individual’s capacity to cope with adversity appears to have a predictive capacity about other aspects of individual’s functioning. In the recent past, adversity quotient, has become the frontrunner in advancing this ideology. Several studies of adversity quotient already established associations with variables such as performance, risk-taking, capacity for change, perseverance and productivity. This paper extends that tradition. First, there is a case made through review of literature the probable association between working generations, adversity quotient, and job satisfaction. Second, an analysis of the primary data collected through survey designed to test the hypothesized associations is presented. Lastly, the practical implications of the study in its capacity to feed into recruitment processes are discussed.

Keywords: Adversity Quotient, Job Satisfaction, Generations Millennial Psychology

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