Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/36596
Title: Work engagement and accumulation of task, social, and personal resources : a three-wave study
Authors: Hornung, S
Weigl, M
Petru, R
Glaser, J
Angerer, P
Keywords: Organizational commitment
Task analysis
Work design
Job analysis
Industrial relations
Adjustment (Psychology)
Issue Date: 2010
Source: 70th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Montreal, Canada, 6-10 August 2010 How to cite?
Abstract: The article discusses evidence for the existence of gain spirals between work engagement and both psychological and environmental resources. It demonstrates that task-related, social and intrapersonal gain spirals are distinct and relatively independent processes in work design. The mediating role of work engagement in gain spirals was tested using a three-wave design. Assumptions of the Conservation of Resources Theory (COR) about the tendency for an accumulation of resources are confirmed. Key resources that have been shown to facilitate the mobilization of additional resources include job control, work relationships and active coping.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/36596
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