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Effects of employee voice in the workplace
Perceptions of self-efficacy and self-control
Lack of opportunities for exercising voice can lead to decline in motivation, dissatisfaction, physical and psychological withdrawal
No motivation will eventually bring down the whole team if you're actually the team manager, the whole team's efficiency will go down like a drain as the team manager him/herself is already being like that
If there's a withdrawal in terms of the physical and psychological, there will not be opportunities offered to you forever as no attentions are going to be paid off to you
Inconsistency between one's beliefs and one's behaviors
If there's an inconsistency in the beliefs and behaviors, when an employee says he/she will finish all the work by end of the day, but in fact nothing has been done at all and all s/he did was just lazing around office. Therefore, those whom works for that employee will not be getting any respects at all.
Perceptions of procedural justice
Lack of employee input may lead to reduced levels of organizational identification, commitment, trust, job satisfaction, and increased turnover
If there's no trust, workplace bullying may have occurred, many good opportunities would not be offered to any employees who has a bad connection with the employers and workers.
Once an employee has a reduced level of job satisfaction towards the job, the employee is not going to enjoy whatever he/she is doing in the office and even disobey the employer which leads to many arguments in the future
If the company is small and only has a limited number of employees working, a down performance of one employee might affect the whole company as there's a decreased turnover and worst case scenario would be that the whole company might have to be shut down because of that
Feelings of helplessness, apathy and anger
For those who value self-control, lack of voice could lead to anger
That would be related to the traditional kind of employee, those whom has a stable working style, predictable career trajectories, those kind of employee will only be doing whatever was told by the higher level managers, and keep quiet all the while even though he/she has witnessed something wrong.
Para 1: The positiveness (if voices are heard)
Level of peace in the workplace will be increased
This will create a good relationship between the employee and employer
Eg. The employer will definitely voice out his/her true opinions about the employee when he got promoted to a higher position
It will improve the relationship in the employee's work-family conflict
If the voices have been heard, the manager will understand and more flexi-time will be provided to the employee
EG. The employee is a single mother as the husband might have passed away and would need more time to take care of a newborn baby
He/she could become a successful leader in the tri-sector if he/she happens to work in that firm.
A peaceful lifestyle would be able to provide more spaces towards an employee to develop intelligence
Not only able to see parallels between sectors but also would be able to accurately assess differences in context and translate across them
Para 2: The negativeness (if voices aren't heard)
Violence at community level
There'll be lack of securities in work, employee dissatisfaction towards the job, and end up 'purposely' not performing well in the job.
This might create anger issues toward the employees
He/she will be holding the grudges that he/she had bear during the working hours, and then release the angers unwillingly towards the family, which would therefore creates a lot of conflicts between the family
Eg. getting drunk and beating up the wife and children, and then got caught by the police at the end, which is something a good family wouldn't want to happen.
Levels of unrest and corruption at country level
It will depend on the life-cycle approach
Eg. Entrepreneur or people whom just got promoted to a higher level of management team (manager), someone whom is undertaking fellowships.
In order to achieve many goals in the career, the manager might have to work overtime sometimes, and miss many moments with the family, and not being at home most of the times will get the family worried as well. Also, there might be seductions of money from the external source in order to be "successful" as quick and so might have corrupted a little.
Towards the end of career
Basically has everything they need, mentoring budding tri-sector leaders, wouldn't be attracted by any seduction from outside. In the meanwhile, they are able to spend more time with the family as well
At the beginning of the career
Eg. Fresh grad or probably an intern whom is new to the company, they have no responsibilities towards mortgages, loans or family, all they wanted to gain is experiences from the work, therefore there won't be much problems about the level of unrest and corruptions
Effects of the employee voice outside the workplace