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Does employee participation matter? An empirical study on the effects of participation on well-being and organizational performance
(Springer-Verlag GmbH, 2020)
Employability, talent and/or motivation of people can be a source of sustainable competitive advantage; difficult for competitors to imitate. The involvement of people, and more specifically employee participation, has ...
High-involvement HRM, job satisfaction and productivity: a two-wave longitudinal study of a Spanish retail company
(John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2020)
The strategic human resource management literature lacks longitudinal studies, and the causal associations between human resource management (HRM) and organisational performance (OP) remain underexplored. We tested ...
Team emotional intelligence: Emotional processes as a link between managers and workers
(Frontiers Media S.A., 2021)
Research has shown that transformational leaders are able, through emotional contagion mechanisms, to transmit their emotions and boost positive feelings among their followers. Although research on leadership and team ...
Employee Satisfaction in Labor-Owned and Managed Workplaces: Helping Climate and Participation Spillover to Non-Owners
In contrast to shareholder-owned organizations, worker-owned cooperative organizations foster employee wellbeing such as employee satisfaction as an important outcome by itself. Due to expansions and economic fluctuations, ...
Team Emotional Intelligence in Working Contexts: Development and Validation of the Team-Trait Meta Mood Scale (T-TMMS)
(Frontiers Media S.A., 2020)
The collective construct of Team Emotional Intelligence (TEI) has been widely used and discussed. However, although several studies have examined the relationship between individual emotional intelligence and transformational ...