Given the growing racioethnic heterogeneity of today's global workforce, it is necessary for researchers and practitioners to continuously examine the impact of racioethnic diversity in various organizational contexts, both foreign and domestic. The impact of racioethnic diversity has received a lot of attention in the literature with respect to various organizational attitudes and behaviors. However, after canvassing the literature, there is a void with respect to assessing whether various dimensions of a job intrinsically motivate racioethnically‐diverse individuals differently. This line of research should be of interest to both researchers and practitioners, considering it is widely accepted that motivation is a precursor to various organizational outcomes, such as job satisfaction, absenteeism, and productivity. This study revealed that there are differences with respect to job satisfaction and the intrinsic motivation racioethnically‐diverse individuals derive from their jobs.
Friday, S. and Friday, E. (2003), "Racioethnic perceptions of job characteristics and job satisfaction", Journal of Management Development, Vol. 22 No. 5, pp. 426-442. https://doi.org/10.1108/02621710310474778Download as .RIS
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