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Employees’ self-expansion, work conditions, work engagement and productive behaviours: study 1&2

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In the following studies conducted in Poland, we examined the importance of workplace self-expansion and found that it is a significant mediator between job resources (e.g. compensation and benefits, job tasks) and work engagement (Study 1) as well as task-oriented engagement (Study 2). At the same time, our findings prove that job demands (e.g. role ambiguity, overload) do not weaken employees' self-expansion if the impact of job resources is taken into account. Cross-sectional studies were conducted on diverse organizations operating in the Polish market. The data collection was carried out from January to February 2016 (Study 1) and from October to November 2016 (Study 2) via an online research platform. Access to the survey was possible only by weblink received in an invitation from one of the interviewers. Participation was voluntary and anonymous. A total of 339 employees participated in Study 1, and 368 in Study 2.

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Details

Year of publication:
2019
Creation date:
2016
Dataset language:
Polish
Fields of science:
  • Psychology (Social studies)
  • Management and quality studies (Social studies)
License:
CC BY
Attribution
DOI:
10.34808/e3dd-d192 open in new tab
Software:
IBM SPSS
Verified by:
Gdańsk University of Technology

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