Perspectives of Work. A Case Study of Canada


Case Study, 2017

7 Pages


Abstract or Introduction

Work refers to the activities undertaken involving the application of physical or mental effort. The motivation behind work is often rewarded and in many instances is in the form of money. The purposes for which work and the duties therein are undertaken are varied from one person to another or one geographical location to another. The drive to fully comprehend the purpose for which work is conducted leads to the inception of perspectives of action which as discussed above include curse, freedom, commodity, occupational citizenship, dis-utility, personal satisfaction, social relations, care for others identity and service. The paper establishes the motive behind work concerning freedom, professional citizenship, and assistance with the critical focus on the Canadian human resource sector. Further, the article determines that understanding the various perspectives of work is very important to facilitate the smooth running of individual lives (with a purpose), institutions (for efficiency and productivity) as well as the country as the whole.

Details

Title
Perspectives of Work. A Case Study of Canada
College
Western Illinois University
Author
Year
2017
Pages
7
Catalog Number
V439120
ISBN (eBook)
9783668791824
ISBN (Book)
9783668791831
Language
English
Keywords
perspectives, work, case, study, canada
Quote paper
Dr. Amos Wesonga (Author), 2017, Perspectives of Work. A Case Study of Canada, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/439120

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