Describe the different forms of physical withdrawal. What will be an ideal response?
Physical withdrawal refers to actions of escape from something or an environment, e.g., a work environment. The term is often associated with substance abuse, where one avoids the consumption of substances. Users who avoid drugs instantly instead of gradually are likely to experience withdrawal effects.
Answer and Explanation:
In the workplace, employees withdraw from work through the following forms or actions. First, quitting, where the employee decides to resign voluntarily from the organization. This might be due to various reasons such as job dissatisfaction, better career opportunity, or health issues. Secondly, absenteeism occurs when an employee fails to show up for work. Thirdly, missing work meetings, and taking long breaks makes employee neglect essential work functions. Lastly, withdrawal can be reflected from arriving late at work or the desire to spend less time at work. Managers must learn to discern signs of withdrawal early since it affects the employee's productivity and the company at large.
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Learn about job dissatisfaction and how it relates to the workforce. Explore the four causes of loss in job satisfaction and typical responses to job dissatisfaction.