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Figure 12.3 - Example of Dual-Career-Path System
Career Paths, Developing Dual-Career
Paths and Career Portfolios (cont.)
Career portfolio - multiple part-time
jobs that together make up a full-time
Increases job satisfaction and provides flexibility.
Stalled earnings and trouble maintaining companysponsored health care.
Readjustment each time the employee moves from
one job to the other.
The likelihood of the employee receiving
future job assignments with increased
responsibility is low.
Mid-career employees are most likely to
It becomes dysfunctional when the employee
feels stuck in a job that offers no potential for
personal growth resulting in poor job attitude,
increased absenteeism, and poor job
Reasons for employees to plateau:
Discrimination based on age, gender, or race.
Lack of ability and training.
Low need for achievement.
Unfair pay decisions or dissatisfaction with
Confusion about job responsibilities.
Slow company growth resulting in reduced
Table 12.4 - Possible Remedies for
It is a reduction in an employee’s
competence resulting from a lack of
knowledge of new work processes,
techniques, and technologies that have
developed since the employee completed
his or her education.