Nature, predictors, and outcomes of workers’ longitudinal workaholism profiles


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Gillet, N., Morin, A. J. S., Fernet, C., Huyghebaert-Zouaghi, T. et Austin, S. (2023). Nature, predictors, and outcomes of workers’ longitudinal workaholism profiles. Group & Organization Management . ISSN 1059-6011 1552-3993 DOI 10.1177/10596011231189587

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This research relies on a combination of variable- and person-centered approaches to help improve our understanding of the dimensionality of the workaholism construct. Our results showed that employees’ workaholism ratings simultaneously reflected a global overarching construct co-existing with four specific dimensions (behavioral, motivational, emotional, and cognitive workaholism) among a sample of 432 workers who completed a questionnaire twice over a three-month period. We also examined the profiles taken by workaholism dimensions, and documented their stability over time as well as the associations between these profiles and theoretically-relevant predictors and outcomes. Furthermore, we examined whether these associations differ as a function of working remotely or onsite. Four profiles were identified and found to be highly stable over time: Unplugged, Plugged In, Moderately Unplugged with Externalized Workaholism, and Moderately Unplugged with Cognitive Workaholism. Personal life orientation, telepressure, and interpersonal norms regarding work-related messages were related to the likelihood of profile membership. Remote working also reinforced the positive effects of personal life orientation and the negative effects of interpersonal norms regarding work-related messages. Finally, employees’ work-to-family guilt, job satisfaction, family satisfaction, and life satisfaction also differed as a function of their profile.

Type de document: Article
Mots-clés libres: Workaholism Latent transition analyses Telepressure Job satisfaction Work-to-family guilt Bifactor models
Date de dépôt: 25 sept. 2023 14:35
Dernière modification: 25 sept. 2023 14:35
Version du document déposé: Post-print (version corrigée et acceptée)

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