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Het motivationele proces van het Job Demands-Resources Model bij vrijwillig en onvrijwillig ontslagen werknemers tijdens de opzegtermijn

(2014) GEDRAG & ORGANISATIE. 27(2). p.213-231
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This study examines the motivational process of the Job Demands-Resources (JD-R) Model in a sample of recently dismissed (voluntary and involuntary) Flemish employees (N = 213). Specifically, the relations between three work-related resources (perceived employability, social support, and acceptance of feedback given during the exit conversation) and work-related behavior (in-role and extra-role behavior) were examined. We hypothesized (1) that this relationship is mediated by dedication, and (2) there would be a difference between voluntary and involuntary dismissed employees. The results showed that the resources had an indirect effect on in-role and extra-role behavior, (partially) mediated by dedication. There was a positive relationship and a negative relationship between perceived employability and dedication for voluntary and involuntary dismissed employees, respectively. In summary, the JD-R Model serves as a relevant framework for studying employees’ work behavior and motivational process during their term of notice.
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ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP, WORK ENGAGEMENT, FEEDBACK REACTIONS, PERFORMANCE, BURNOUT, EMPLOYABILITY, INSECURITY, MEDIATION, EMBEDDEDNESS, PERCEPTIONS, dismissal, term of notice, motivation, dedication

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Peeters, Ellen, Bart Van de Ven, Nele De Cuyper, et al. “Het Motivationele Proces Van Het Job Demands-Resources Model Bij Vrijwillig En Onvrijwillig Ontslagen Werknemers Tijdens De Opzegtermijn.” GEDRAG & ORGANISATIE 27.2 (2014): 213–231. Print.
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Peeters, Ellen, Van de Ven, B., De Cuyper, N., Vlerick, P., & Hans, D. W. (2014). Het motivationele proces van het Job Demands-Resources Model bij vrijwillig en onvrijwillig ontslagen werknemers tijdens de opzegtermijn. GEDRAG & ORGANISATIE, 27(2), 213–231.
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Peeters, Ellen, Bart Van de Ven, Nele De Cuyper, Peter Vlerick, and De Witte Hans. 2014. “Het Motivationele Proces Van Het Job Demands-Resources Model Bij Vrijwillig En Onvrijwillig Ontslagen Werknemers Tijdens De Opzegtermijn.” Gedrag & Organisatie 27 (2): 213–231.
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Peeters, Ellen, Bart Van de Ven, Nele De Cuyper, Peter Vlerick, and De Witte Hans. 2014. “Het Motivationele Proces Van Het Job Demands-Resources Model Bij Vrijwillig En Onvrijwillig Ontslagen Werknemers Tijdens De Opzegtermijn.” Gedrag & Organisatie 27 (2): 213–231.
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Peeters E, Van de Ven B, De Cuyper N, Vlerick P, Hans DW. Het motivationele proces van het Job Demands-Resources Model bij vrijwillig en onvrijwillig ontslagen werknemers tijdens de opzegtermijn. GEDRAG & ORGANISATIE. 2014;27(2):213–31.
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E. Peeters, B. Van de Ven, N. De Cuyper, P. Vlerick, and D. W. Hans, “Het motivationele proces van het Job Demands-Resources Model bij vrijwillig en onvrijwillig ontslagen werknemers tijdens de opzegtermijn,” GEDRAG & ORGANISATIE, vol. 27, no. 2, pp. 213–231, 2014.
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  author       = {Peeters, Ellen and Van de Ven, Bart and De Cuyper, Nele and Vlerick, Peter and Hans, De Witte},
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  journal      = {GEDRAG & ORGANISATIE},
  keywords     = {ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP,WORK ENGAGEMENT,FEEDBACK REACTIONS,PERFORMANCE,BURNOUT,EMPLOYABILITY,INSECURITY,MEDIATION,EMBEDDEDNESS,PERCEPTIONS,dismissal,term of notice,motivation,dedication},
  language     = {dut},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {213--231},
  title        = {Het motivationele proces van het Job Demands-Resources Model bij vrijwillig en onvrijwillig ontslagen werknemers tijdens de opzegtermijn},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.5553/GenO/092150772014027001005},
  volume       = {27},
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