The Job Demands-Resources model as predictor of work identity and work engagement: A comparative analysis

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Braine, Roslyn De; Roodt, Gert;
(2011)
  • Publisher: AOSIS
  • Journal: SA Journal of Industrial Psychology (issn: 0258-5200, eissn: 2071-0763)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.4102/sajip.v37i2.889
  • Subject: Industrial psychology | employee engagement | identification | work identity | South African ICT sector company | quantitative design | cross-sectional field survey | HF5548.7-5548.85

Orientation: Research shows that engaged employees experience high levels of energy and strong identification with their work, hence this study’s focus on work identity and dedication. Research purpose: This study explored possible differences in the Job Demands-Reso... View more
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