Chia-Huei Wu

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    Everyone loses when the values of employees clash with those of the firm

Everyone loses when the values of employees clash with those of the firm

In academic circles “value incongruence” is defined as the difference between an individual’s personal value hierarchy and the perceived value hierarchy of an organisation.

More simply, the term is used to describe instances where an employee’s values are at odds with those of the organisation they work for, resulting in developing negative attitudes towards their role, their organisation and themselves.

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    When employees are ostracised, the whole organisation suffers

When employees are ostracised, the whole organisation suffers

Being ignored or excluded by colleagues or supervisors is always uncomfortable for an employee as it gives rise to feelings of anger, depression and unworthiness. When it occurs, it is usually regarded as an employee’s social problem. The thinking is that those who are ostracised must have done something wrong, so they should figure out why they are not […]