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Job design, work engagement and innovative work behavior:: A multi-level study on Karasek’s learning hypothesis

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As employees’ behaviour is a crucial factor for organizational success, the question on how to promote the engagement of employees in their work and boost their mplication in the innovation process is central for companies. In this article we study this question building on the Karasek model suggesting that employees in jobs with high autonomy and time pressure will be more engaged and more innovative. The results of the multi-level regression analyses confirm that such a combination is associated with high employee innovation. For work engagement, the job autonomy helps in buffering the negative effects of time pressure.

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De Spiegelaere, S., et al. “Job Design, Work Engagement and Innovative Work Behavior:: A Multi-Level Study on Karasek’s Learning Hypothesis.” Management Revue, vol. 26, Rainer Hampp Verlag, 2015, p. 123, doi:10.1688/mrev-2015-02-DeSpiegelaere.
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De Spiegelaere, S., Van Gyes, G., De Witte, H., & Van Hootegem, G. (2015). Job design, work engagement and innovative work behavior:: A multi-level study on Karasek’s learning hypothesis. Management Revue, 26, 123. https://doi.org/10.1688/mrev-2015-02-DeSpiegelaere
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De Spiegelaere, S, G Van Gyes, H De Witte, and G Van Hootegem. 2015. “Job Design, Work Engagement and Innovative Work Behavior:: A Multi-Level Study on Karasek’s Learning Hypothesis.” Management Revue 26: 123. https://doi.org/10.1688/mrev-2015-02-DeSpiegelaere.
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De Spiegelaere, S, G Van Gyes, H De Witte, and G Van Hootegem. 2015. “Job Design, Work Engagement and Innovative Work Behavior:: A Multi-Level Study on Karasek’s Learning Hypothesis.” Management Revue 26: 123. doi:10.1688/mrev-2015-02-DeSpiegelaere.
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De Spiegelaere S, Van Gyes G, De Witte H, Van Hootegem G. Job design, work engagement and innovative work behavior:: A multi-level study on Karasek’s learning hypothesis. Management Revue. 2015;26:123.
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S. De Spiegelaere, G. Van Gyes, H. De Witte, and G. Van Hootegem, “Job design, work engagement and innovative work behavior:: A multi-level study on Karasek’s learning hypothesis,” Management Revue, vol. 26, p. 123, 2015.
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  abstract     = {As employees’ behaviour is a crucial factor for organizational success, the question on how to promote the engagement of employees in their work and boost their mplication in the innovation process is central for companies. In this article we study this question building on the Karasek model suggesting that employees in jobs with high autonomy and time pressure will be more engaged and more innovative. The results of the multi-level regression analyses confirm that such a combination is associated with high employee innovation. For work engagement, the job autonomy helps in buffering the negative effects of time pressure.},
  author       = {De Spiegelaere, S and Van Gyes, G and De Witte, H and Van Hootegem, G},
  issn         = {0935-9915},
  journal      = {Management Revue},
  language     = {und},
  publisher    = {Rainer Hampp Verlag},
  title        = {Job design, work engagement and innovative work behavior:: A multi-level study on Karasek’s learning hypothesis},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1688/mrev-2015-02-DeSpiegelaere},
  volume       = {26},
  year         = {2015},
}

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