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Meta-Analytic Correlations Between Work Effort and Its Proposed Antecedents and Overlapping Constructs

Meta-Analytic Correlations Between Work Effort and Its Proposed Antecedents and Overlapping Constructs

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... between effort and its proposed antecedents and correlates. Table 2 displays correlations between effort and its proposed antecedents as well as the constructs that Note: CWB = counterproductive work behavior. For the performance behavior outcome, we changed the sign of correlations between effort and CWB (i.e., from negative to positive) to be consistent with the direction of studies that measured task, contextual, or overall job performance. ...
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... underscores the importance of designing jobs that allow employees to develop and use different skills as well as considering ways to increase the (perceived) impact jobs have on other aspects of the organization and/or society in general. Similarly, we found that person-job fit is more strongly related to effort than person-organization fit (see Table 2). This finding reinforces the importance of assessing person-job fit during the staffing process as well as finding ways to improve fit post-hire (e.g., through job crafting). ...