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Examining the antecedents of work connectivity behavior during non-work time

Katherine Richardson, Raquel Benbunan-Fich
2011 Information and organization  
In this study, we draw from human agency theory to develop the construct of work-related connectivity behavior during non-work time, and conduct a survey to investigate the organizational and individual  ...  Data from 139 full-time working adults in the marketing division of a media organization revealed that work connectivity behavior after-hours is significantly related to the distribution of wireless enabled  ...  Acknowledgments This research is based on the doctoral dissertation of K. Richardson.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.infoandorg.2011.06.002 fatcat:s66oygpsbvfbtd5ld4yxzfw7ii

Understanding constant connectivity to work: How and for whom is constant connectivity related to employee well-being?

Nadine Büchler, Claartje L. ter Hoeven, Ward van Zoonen
2020 Information and organization  
Over the past few decades, the widespread use of mobile work devices (MWDs: e.g., laptops and smartphones) has enabled constant connectivity to work.  ...  Additionally, organizational-level antecedents of constant connectivity are investigated.  ...  Acknowledgement This work was supported by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research under Grant number 451-13-012.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.infoandorg.2020.100302 fatcat:skfvwb6s6zhffeqipahnhkykhu


Nur Zahidah Abdul Latif, Lily Suriani Mohd Arif
The research aims to uncover the antecedents and effects of work connectivity after hours towards individual employee and organization as well as examining the underlying theory behind it.The method used  ...  Total numbers of five (5) databases were used in the searching process.In conclusion, work connectivity after hours issues have been intensively discussed based on previous existing literature.  ...  activity during non-working hours.  ... 
doi:10.32890/jtom2017.12.2.7 fatcat:mjnsu5cyzzckbceamwdvs7jxfa

Unplugging or staying connected? Examining the nature, antecedents, and consequences of profiles of daily recovery experiences

Nitya Chawla, Rebecca L. MacGowan, Allison S. Gabriel, Nathan P. Podsakoff
2019 Journal of Applied Psychology  
from one day to the next, (b) are differentiated by daily job demands and resources experienced at work, and (c) predict employee well-being and discretionary behaviors during the subsequent workday.  ...  Using experience sampling data from 207 full-time employees, results revealed 5 profiles of daily recovery experiences that exhibited distinct relations with within-person antecedents and outcomes.  ...  Specifically, we examined whether (a) employee well-being (i.e., emotional exhaustion, work engagement) and work behaviors (i.e., helping behaviors, personal initiative) of the prior day (t -1) predict  ... 
doi:10.1037/apl0000423 pmid:31204831 fatcat:efg2r4fqdfcvzfobez4pe5ewju

The Use of Communication Technology to Manage Work-Home Boundaries

Cheryl L. Adkins, Sonya A. Premeaux
2014 Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management  
The control of interruptions from communication technology was examined as a moderator of the relationship between connectivity behavior and work-family conflict.  ...  We examined workplace policies and norms, individual preferences, and family norms and expectations as antecedents of connectivity behaviors that utilize communication technologies to bridge the boundaries  ...  Thus, H4 Using connectivity behaviors to conduct work during non-work times will be associated with higher levels of WFC.  ... 
doi:10.21818/001c.17939 fatcat:cjninykhijbfhimtlpjpsdjy5q

An examination of antecedents to coal miners' hearing protection behaviors: A test of the theory of planned behavior

Brian L. Quick, Michael T. Stephenson, Kim Witte, Charles Vaught, Steve Booth-Butterfield, Dhaval Patel
2008 Journal of Safety Research  
The present investigation examines three antecedents believed to be associated with miner's use of hearing protection.  ...  hearing loss by age 50, compared to only 9% of the general population.  ...  Acknowledgements This research was funded in part by a grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Contract BH61-8533.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jsr.2008.02.032 pmid:18571575 fatcat:ufd236gg3ncwdl2yg3uca6hf5i

Behind the Curtain: Workplace Incivility—Individual Actors in Cultural Settings

Sanda Rašić Jelavić, Ana Aleksić, Ivana Načinović Braje
2021 Sustainability  
This paper examines the interplay of personality traits and organizational culture as antecedents of workplace incivility.  ...  Uncivil behavior at work can have numerous consequences for individuals and the organization.  ...  An examination of the zero-order correlations, although only moderately, indicate a connection between different antecedents and incivility at work.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13031249 fatcat:zj4iphhuxfafbpto7wtymkgxli

Antecedents and Consequences of Employee Engagement: A Conceptual Study

Alima Aktar, Faizuniah Pangil
2017 IOSR Journal of Business and Management  
This literature review shows that prior studies examined diverse types of antecedences as well as consequences of employee engagement.  ...  Employee engagement is a psychological state of mind of doing the work with full of energy, enthusiasm and dedication which can provide the competitive advantage of an organization.  ...  Kahn (1990) further described that "personal engagement is the simultaneous employment and expression of a person's "preferred self" in task behaviors that promote connections to work and to others, personal  ... 
doi:10.9790/487x-1906065467 fatcat:5s6y4mfhmbf25lwgazqwva24rq

Teaching and Learning Leadership: Assessing Teams in Higher Education

Stacie Morgan, Michelle Manganaro
2016 Journal of Leadership Education  
Consideration of the organizational mission, environment, and skills needed in an actual organizational work culture can be seen in terms of interdependence and influence among the dynamics when examining  ...  Methodology and analysis during the upcoming year will include a research project assessing Experience, Knowledge, and Maturity during each of four intervals during the 2016/2017 semesters.  ...  She presents at national conferences, recently representing Norwich at the 2015 23rd Annual Conference of the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS).  ... 
doi:10.12806/v15/i4/a3 fatcat:6mfoftcu6bedbem2k5pcok6lpy

Behavioral antecedents for handwashing in a low-income urban setting in Bangladesh: an exploratory study

Musarrat J. Rahman, Fosiul A. Nizame, Leanne Unicomb, Stephen P. Luby, Peter J. Winch
2017 BMC Public Health  
In all the categories, intervention-related antecedents (three key times for handwashing which included handwashing after coming out of the bathroom, after cleaning a child's anus and before food preparation  ...  The research team probed about perceptions regarding how and why that particular antecedent, represented by the photograph, influences handwashing behavior.  ...  The first author was an MPH student at the James P. Grant School of Public Health in Dhaka at the time of this study.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12889-017-4307-7 pmid:28476100 pmcid:PMC5420163 fatcat:kvxcc6b4z5gebmohnedoq6htsy

Share, like, twitter, and connect: Ecological momentary assessment to examine the relationship between non-work social media use at work and work engagement

Christine J. Syrek, Jana Kühnel, Tim Vahle-Hinz, Jessica De Bloom
2017 Work & Stress  
This behavior may serve as a break, which in turn increases work engagement later during the day.  ...  Non-work social media use at work has seen a dramatic increase in the last decade and is commonly deemed counterproductive work behavior.  ...  In this study, we focused on the relationship between non-work social media use and work engagement, without examining possible antecedents of social media use.  ... 
doi:10.1080/02678373.2017.1367736 fatcat:lvafo2cteffgvchuzwqdd67w74

Mobile social networking and salesperson maladaptive dependence behaviors

Hatem Bata, Iryna Pentina, Monideepa Tarafdar, Ellen Bolman Pullins
2018 Computers in Human Behavior  
According to the learning theory, habitual use of technology may commence non-pathologically, but with the passage of time may lead to maladaptive dependence behaviors through operant conditioning (Shaffer  ...  Increasingly, supervisors discipline and even fire employees who spend excessive time using technology in non-work-related activities.  ...  behaviors (MTDB) is developed -Media system dependency theory is used to propose a theoretical framework -Antecedents and consequences of MTDB are tested in the context of sales profession -Practical  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2017.12.025 fatcat:s4cesqodcjaznmliblxjbyzkbq

Stimulating Team Creativity: The Influence Of Swift-Trust On The Team Creativity Process

John Berthold
2015 Journal of sustainability management  
The antecedents to the formation of swift trust are identified as team composition and team tasking. The moderating effects of the leader-member relationship and history are examined.  ...  Specifically, this paper examines how organizations can rapidly create the proper collaborative environment to induce team creativity using swift-trust.  ...  His B.A. is from the George Washington University, M.B.A. from Colorado State University and Doctor of Management from University of Maryland University College.  ... 
doi:10.19030/jsm.v3i1.9518 fatcat:nqkxmdkpknbxzgxwszzco6lgji

Antecedents of purpose in life: Evidence from a lagged exposure-wide analysis

Ying Chen, Eric S. Kim, Alexandra E. Shields, Tyler J. VanderWeele, Carmen Rodriguez-Blazquez
2020 Cogent Psychology  
been examined previously.  ...  Using prospective data from the Nurses' Health Study II (2009-2016; N ranged from 3,905 to 4,189), this study evaluated a wide range of potential antecedents of purpose, including: psychosocial well-being  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the Channing Division of Network Medicine, Department of Medicine, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, for their support in conducting this study.  ... 
doi:10.1080/23311908.2020.1825043 pmid:33072817 pmcid:PMC7560975 fatcat:ustoqxtexzarhejvs6cymhjgvy

Cyberloafing increases or decreases task performance and productivity- a review from emerging literature

Aishwarya S, Ayisha Millath M
2016 Journal of management and science  
The intention of this research paper is to discuss whether employee job attitudes, organizational characteristics, attitudes towards cyberloafing and other non-Internet loafing behavior has the chance  ...  We discuss that the employee job attitudes of job involvement and intrinsic involvement are connected to cyberloafing.  ...  way that does not impact his personal time as knowingly as it would if he had to work from a desktop computer.Simultaneously continuous connectivity and the growth of social networking have made it easier  ... 
doi:10.26524/jms.2016.23 fatcat:u6co4ymcx5ecpgw7byc4qordsy
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