Fulvio Signore

Fulvio Signore
Università del Salento | Unisalento · Department of Engineering for Innovation

PhD in Human and Social Sciences
Research Fellow at Innovation Engineering Department, University of Salento, Lecce, Italy

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The present study provides evidence for a valid and reliable tool, the Academic Quality at Work Tool (AQ@workT), to investigate the quality of life at work in academics within the Italian university sector. The AQ@workT was developed by the QoL@Work research team, namely a group of expert academics in the field of work and organizational psychology...
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The changes that are constantly occurring in the labour sector have led organisations and companies to move towards digital transformation. This process was accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic and conducted to a massive recourse to the practice of remote working , which in this study is understood as the term for the way of performing work outside...
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Backgrounds: Among the problematic online behaviours, online grooming, that is, a manipulative process leading to sexual solicitation between an adult and a minor, is receiving increasing attention. However, most of the studies come from qualitative data, confirming that a formalized measurement tool is still missing. Moreover, online grooming meas...
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The number of employment opportunities afforded to people with disabilities in Italy is still not entirely satisfactory. Managerial policies should build a more favourable context, full of stimuli, support and backing for the promotion of good disability management practices within both private and public organizations. The aim of this study was to...
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Rationale: Despite its importance to counter the COVID-19 pandemic, vaccination has raised hesitation in large segments of the population. This hesitation makes it important to understand the mechanisms underlying vaccine acceptance. To this end, the study adopts the Semiotic Cultural Psychology Theory, holding that social behaviors – and therefore...
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Sommario Lo scenario degli ultimi due anni, caratterizzato dall'epidemia di Covid-19, ha imposto una trasformazione dei modelli organizzativi tradizionali e ridefinito nuove rappresentazioni e significati in tutti gli ambiti professionali, con conseguenze decisive per la salute mentale di tutti. La nuova normalità imposta dall'emergenza sanitaria h...
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Communication is an element that permeates the lives of individuals, from birth to death. Through it, it is possible to create new shared meanings, relationships, and social networks. The importance of the communication process emerges in different contexts, one of which is undoubtedly the work context: several types of research have affirmed that...
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Patients with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) constitute an economic burden on most health occupational systems. They, in fact, experience several neurocognitive deficits, excessive daytime sleepiness and fatigue and workrelated limitations. Although the clinical relevance, only recently some authors focused on the relationship between OSA and a wide...
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Human Resource Management (HRM) processes are considered the beating heart of any successful organization. Recently, several studies have highlighted how organizations can use commitment-oriented HR practices to generate organizational and individual effectiveness. The aim of this study was to verify whether the perception of HRM practices could be...
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Citation: Macchitella, L.; Marinelli, C.V.; Signore, F.; Ciavolino, E.; Angelelli, P. Erratum: Macchitella et al. Sleepiness, Neuropsychological Skills, and Scholastic Learning in Children. Brain Sci. 2020, 10, 529. Brain Sci. 2021, 11, 892. https://
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The radical changes deriving from the COVID-19 emergency have heavily upset some of the most familiar routines of daily work life. Abruptly, many workers have been forced to face the difficulties that come with switching to remote working. Basing on the theoretical framework proposed by the Job Demands-Resources model, the purpose of this paper was...
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During the first months of 2020, the world, and Italy at an early stage, went through the Covid-19 emergency that had a great impact on individual and collective health, but also on working processes. The mandatory remote working and the constant use of technology for employees raised different implications related to technostress and psycho-physic...
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Drawing and adapting the Job Demands-Resources Model to the academic context, the study aimed at exploring how students manage academic study demands by seeking challenges and adopting their human (e.g. meta-competencies) and social capital (e.g. networking) to improve their academic performance. 152 undergraduate psychology students were asked to...
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Sustainable human resource management practices represent one of the main organizational strategy to survive and to prosper within the fast-moving current scenario. According to this view, sustainability is strictly linked to the consideration of the unique and distinctive value that each human resource means for organizations. The recent COVID19 p...
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Introduction: During the health emergency in 2020, in order not to interrupt production processes and at the same time to protect the health of citizens and workers, alternative working methods were adopted different from the traditional ones, to which workers were directed without any previous notice or specific training. Aims: The purpose of t...
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Introduction: The transformations that have affected the labour market in recent years have required companies to adapt to fast changes and to keep the pace of global competition. Consequently, workers have been confronted with multiple challenging demands: they have been required to develop flexibility in their jobs and to work faster and better,...
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Excessive daytime sleepiness is a frequent condition among children and adolescents that may lead to several and significant daytime consequences, including impaired neurocognitive skills and scholastic performance. Here, we evaluated in one hundred and ninety-one unselected primary school children, the relationship between sleepiness and a wide ra...
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The concept of public value is related to different dimensions among which work and performance are of particular importance. In this work, we consider organizational well-being and the role of managerial support with reference to work, and citizens’ satisfaction as a relevant factor in measuring and evaluating public performance. Using the data co...
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During the first months of 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic has affected several countries all over the world, including Italy. To prevent the spread of the virus, governments instructed employers and self-employed workers to close their offices and work from home. Thus, the use of remote working increased during the pandemic and is expected to maintain...
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In the current socio-economic scenario, affected by constant changes inthe labor market, employability found greater echo. Universities frequently adopt strategies aimed at improving the employability and usefulness of theareas of competence, motivation and interests of young graduates and workers. In this study a preliminary research was conducted...
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Universities are developing more education initiatives to increase the entrepreneurial mindset of students to enhance the social sustainability and self-employment. Young people should work to increase their managerial and soft skills in order to face the process of innovation and change. This exploratory study identifies some features of the parti...
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The Quantitative-CHecklist for Autism in Toddler (Q-CHAT) is a screening measure developed to detect the early signs of risk of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) in children from 18-24 months of life. After a critical analysis of the validation studies that have analyzed the Q-CHAT, the present paper aimed at testing the structural validity of the qu...
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In the last years, the scientific interest on job crafting within the Job demands-resources theory has been increased. The paper aimed to examine the role of job crafting in the relationship between self-efficacy and performance at work. Based on Job demands-resources theory, we hypothesized that employees with higher levels of self-efficacy would...
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L’attuale scenario del mercato del lavoro impone ai professionisti maggiore flessibilità, iniziativa personale e sviluppo di nuove competenze. Le istituzioni formative sono chiamate a farsi carico del complesso processo di transizione dal mondo accademico a quello professionale, offrendo proposte ed azioni finalizzate a garantire il successo e la r...
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Research on job crafting is increasing nowadays. Job crafting has been studied in terms of a mediator variable useful to improve positive organizational behaviors, and it has crucial theoretical and practical implications. In order to facilitate its measurement in large surveys, in different settings, we aimed to develop a brief 12-item version, th...

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