Month: April 2024

New article on work engagement and boredom at work

This study aimed to demonstrate the empirical distinctiveness of boredom at work and work engagement in relation to their potential antecedents (job demands and job resources) and consequences (psychological distress and turnover intention) based on the Job Demands-Resources model. A three-wave longitudinal survey was conducted (N=1,1019), and the questionnaire included scales for boredom at work, […]

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