Tag: managers

New publication on employee well-being

This study investigates the long-term development of job-related affective well-being at the intra-individual level. In addition, the relationship between job resources and employee well-being was examined across time. Using a novel person-centered methodology in a sample of 402 Finnish managers, it was found that the development of favorable job-related affective well-being was eight times more […]

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New publication: Engaged managers are not workaholics

This study among Finnish managers showed that work engagement and workaholism did not correlate with each other, thereby suggesting that they are independent constructs. Moreover, longitudinal analyses revealed four different groups: 1) those with high initial but decreasing engagement and low but stable workaholism levels (18%), 2) those with low initial but increasing engagement and […]

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