The implications of direct participation for organisational commitment, job satisfaction and affective psychological well-being: a longitudinal analysis

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Gallie, D.; Zhou, Y.; Felstead, A.; Green, F.; Henseke, G.;

The article examines the implications of direct participation for employees' organisational commitment, job satisfaction and affective psychological well-being. It focuses on both task discretion and organisational participation. Applying fixed effect models to national... View more
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