Brazilian Teachers’ Absenteeism: Work Design Predictive Model

Brazilian Teachers’ Absenteeism: Work Design Predictive Model Trabalho publicado no “The Internacional Journal of Educational Organization and Leadership” em outubro de 2021. ABSTRACT Sickness-related absenteeism in teachers represents financial, social, and human costs. This study aimed to analyze the relationship between work characteristics and lengths of absence. The main hypothesis Leia mais…

The Relationship Between Performance and Well-Being at Work: a Systematic Review of 20 Years and Future Perspectives in Brazil

The Relationship Between Performance and Well-Being at Work: a Systematic Review of 20 Years and Future Perspectives in Brazil A Relação entre Desempenho e Bem-Estar no Trabalho: uma Revisão Sistemática de 20 anos e Perspectivas Futuras Trabalho publicado na rPOT em Março de 2021. ABSTRACT The pursuit of high levels Leia mais…

Individual and group level antecedents in the development of idiosyncratic deals. A cross-level study

Individual and group level antecedents in the development of idiosyncratic deals. a cross-level study Antecedentes individuais e grupais no desenvolvimento de acordos idiossincráticos: um estudo entre níveis Trabalho publicado na Psychologica em 2019. ABSTRACT Research on workers’ proactive behaviors has increased in recent years, emphasizing the need for a more Leia mais…

Work redesign: Intervention based on the Social Information Processing Approach

Redesenho do trabalho: Intervenção baseada no paradigma de processamento de informação social Abstract The objective of this study was to measure the impact of a work redesign intervention based on the social information processing approach in an emotional work context. The research used a quasi-experimental panel design with pretest and Leia mais…

Job Satisfaction and Innovative Performance in Young Spanish Employees: Testing New Patterns in the Happy-Productive Worker Thesis—A Discriminant Study

Abstract We aimed to make a theoretical contribution to the happy-productive worker thesis by expanding the study to cases where this thesis does not fit. We hypothesized and corroborated the existence of four relations between job satisfaction and innovative performance: (a) unhappy-unproductive, (b) unhappy-productive, (c) happy-unproductive, and (d) happy-productive. We Leia mais…