How is the employment relationship typical of modern organizations different from the relationship of a generation ago?
An employment relationship is like a "psychological contract" which describes and determines the employees' and the employers' expectations from the employment relationship. This relationship includes non-verbal and non-written expectations that have been widely held for a long time and until the present.
According to Noe, in the older generation or traditional setting, the employers expect their employees to contribute their loyalty, time, skills, efforts, and abilities while the employees expect their employers to provide them job security and promotion opportunities in exchange for their hard work. In the modern setting, the needs of the organizations are rapidly changing. They require and need top and excellent performance and they expect their employees to work longer ...
The differences of the relationships in modern organizations as compared in the past. References are included.