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Meta-Analytic Correlations Between Work Effort and Job Performance by Effort Category

Meta-Analytic Correlations Between Work Effort and Job Performance by Effort Category

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... between effort categories and performance. Table 4 reports meta-analytic rs between effort and job performance (including both behavior-and results-based measures) separated by the effort categories we identified. We focused on performance as the outcome for these analyses and did not incorporate relations between effort and the other outcomes (i.e., turnover intentions and exhaustion) given conceptual and empirical differences across the outcomes (e.g., effort was more strongly related to performance than to the other outcomes). ...
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... Table 3). The corrected r of .37 between measures that assess multiple effort dimensions and performance also is notable (see Table 4). Thus, both theoretically and empirically, effort is related to, but distinct from, job performance. ...