Attitudes of Managers Who Are More or Less Career Plateaued
Attitudinal differences, Demographic differences, Plateau
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This study investigated demographic and attitudinal differences across managers classified as nonplateaued, content plateaued, hierarchically plateaued, or both content and hierarchically plateaued. The results revealed significant demographic differences across the 4 groups on a variety of variables. Managers who were classified as both hierarchically and job content plateaued tended to report less favorable job attitudes than managers who were plateaued for one reason only or managers who were nonplateaued. Managers who were only job content plateaued tended to report less favorable job attitudes than managers who were only hierarchically plateaued.
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
The career development quarterly, v. 47, issue 2. p. 159-172.
Scholar Commons Citation
Allen, Tammy D.; Poteet, Mark L.; and Russell, Joyce E.A., "Attitudes of Managers Who Are More or Less Career Plateaued" (1998). Psychology Faculty Publications. 69.