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Mastering Management Styles: Expert Guidance for Managers by Harris Silverman

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The interests of the employee

The employee's interests, on the other hand, are to some extent in conflict with those of the organization. Although employees have an interest in the success of the organization and generally act accordingly, they also have other interests: maximizing their pay; developing in and advancing their careers; taking time off work; devoting time and energy to their families; and so on.

They have interests outside of work: they want to be able to take some vacation time, even if there's a lot of work to be done; they want to be able to look after their children when they're sick; they like to spend time on non-work interests that they are passionate about.

Even within the office, they have interests that may conflict with ...

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