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In the construction sector, there is a high risk for accidents, injuries, and fatalities, particularly for migrant workers who comprise a large proportion of the workforce. This article presents a systematic literature review of current safety training provision for migrant construction workers. In the interests of rigor, we draw on the learning, training transfer, and training effectiveness literatures, exploring not only the extent to which training brings about the intended outcomes, in terms...
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#1Evy Kuijpers (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
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This paper describes a quasi-experiment that evaluates the relationship between a job crafting intervention and work engagement. More particularly, we focused on three different types of job crafting; crafting towards strengths, crafting towards interests, and crafting towards development. Building on the Conservation of Resources (COR) theory, we hypothesized that participating in a job crafting intervention will be positively associated with job crafting, which in turn will promote work engage...
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The relationship between emotional labor strategies (i.e., deep acting and surface acting) and employee outcomes has been often studied. Yet, although the impact of surface acting on employee well-being is clear, findings regarding deep acting have been inconsistent. In the present study, we propose that this may be explained by the multidimensional nature of deep acting, which subsumes different specific emotion regulation strategies. With a 5-day diary study, we investigated the links between ...
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Work–home enrichment occurs when employees’ work roles and experiences lead to benefits and resources that improve the quality of life in the home role. Guided by the self-determination theory (SDT), we developed a serial mediation model in which empowering leadership predicted work–home enrichment via satisfaction of innate psychological needs of SDT and then via work engagement. Four waves of data over a 9-month period were obtained from 289 full-time U.S. employees. Structural equation modeli...
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