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The effect of supervisor’s job crafting on employee’s creative behavior

The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of perceived supervisor’s job crafting on employee’s creative behavior and the mediating role of employee’s job crafting. In...

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Differential effects of job crafting types based on the regulatory focus theory on job satisfaction, turnover intention, innovative behaviors

The purpose of this study is to explore the differential effects of regulatory focus on job crafting type(promotion/prevention-focused job crafting) and job crafting type on job satisfaction, turnover...

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Vocational Interests, gender, and job performance: Two person‐occupation cross‐level interactions

Abstract Vocational interest theories imply a person‐occupation cross‐level interaction effect (e.g., artistic interests predict job performance better in artistic occupations), which has rarely if ever been tested as...

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Shared leadership development and team performance: A new look at the dynamics of shared leadership

Abstract The present study offers new theoretical insights into the dynamics of shared leadership. Integrating arguments from shared leadership and team development theory, we examine how shared leadership...

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Workplace events and employee creativity: A multistudy field investigation

Abstract A burgeoning body of research has examined the influence of stable attributes of individuals, teams, and organizations on employee creativity. Events, however, permeate the increasingly dynamic and...

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You get me: Examining the implications of couples’ depersonalization agreement for employee recovery

Abstract Previous research demonstrates that depersonalization is harmful for employee outcomes. In addition, research is beginning to examine employees’ family context along with their experiences both at work...

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Hurry Up! the role of supervisors’ time urgency and self‐perceived status for autocratic leadership and subordinates’ well‐being

Abstract This study examines the connections between supervisors’ time urgency, their leadership behavior, and subordinate outcomes. Integrating cognitive perspectives on time urgency with contemporary thinking on the psychological...

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A Meta-Analytic Study on the Relationships of Person-Supervisor Fit with Job Attitudes and Behaviors

This study conducted meta-analyses of 26 Korean studies in order to examine the relationships of person-supervisor (P-S) fit with job attitudes and behaviors. Job attitudes included job satisfaction...

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The Effects of employee perception of training effectiveness on organizational commitment

In order to cope with various changes in the management environment, the pursuit of competitive advantage through the use of human capital is one of the important strategies...

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Two-sided Effect of Empowering Leadership on Follower’s Job Stress

  In this study, we aimed to investigate the two-sided effect of empowering leadership on follower’s job stress by focusing on the potential for positive and negative effects...

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