Emotional Labor

Emotional Labor

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Most public service jobs require interpersonal contact that is either face-to-face or voice-to-voice - relational work that goes beyond testable job skills but is essential for job completion. This unique book focuses on this emotional labor and what it takes to perform it.The authors weave a powerful narrative of stories from the trenches gleaned through interviews, focus groups, and survey data. They go beyond the veneer of service delivery to the real, live, person-to-person interactions that give meaning to public service.For anyone who has ever felt apathetic toward government work, the words of caseworkers, investigators, administrators, attorneys, correctional staff, and 9/11 call-takers all show the human dimension of bureaucratic work and underscore what it means to work qwith feeling.qPutting the Service in Public Service Mary E. Guy, Meredith A. Newman, Sharon H. Mastracci ... and deal with the queue of applicants who grow testy as they endure forms, exams, and long waits. ... exposure to unpleasant odors in slaughter houses, a€ and that required of the Oregon Social Service Specialist 1 ( with a startinganbsp;...

Title:Emotional Labor
Author: Mary E. Guy, Meredith A. Newman, Sharon H. Mastracci
Publisher:Routledge - 2014-12-18

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