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Employee reactions to job insecurity in a declining economy: A longitudinal study of the mediating role of job embeddedness.
(Group and Organization Management, 2013)
In the context of the Great Recession, we examined the relationships among perceptions of job insecurity, job embeddedness, and important individual work outcomes. Specifically, we tested the role of job embeddedness as a ...
The buffering effects of job embeddedness on negative shocks.
(Journal of Vocational Behavior, 2010)
Unpleasant events are a fact of organizational life. The way in which people respond to such events, however, varies. In the present study, we hypothesized and found that some individuals choose to respond to negative ...
How negative affectivity moderates the relationship between shocks, embeddedness and worker behaviors
(Journal of Vocational Behavior, 2012)
We integrated the unfolding model of turnover, job embeddedness theory and affective events theory to build and test a model specifying the relationship between negative shocks, on-the-job embeddedness and important employee ...
The mediating effect of embeddedness on the relationship between internal employability and career satisfaction
(Journal of Managerial Issues, 2018)
To date, the link between perceptions of employability and career satisfaction has been demonstrated theoretically more than empirically. To address this concern, this study examines employee perceptions of internal ...