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安全地重新投入工作:在COVID-19流感大流行中的工作重新依恋、领导安全承诺和工作投入 ...

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安全地重新投入工作:在COVID-19流感大流行中的工作重新依恋、领导安全承诺和工作投入

Plug back into work, safely: Job reattachment, leader safety commitment, and job engagement in the COVID-19 pandemic

 

【摘要】由于许多员工在目前的COVID-19大流行中被封锁和隔离后返回工作岗位,因此有必要开展研究和寻找有效的方法帮助他们在工作中重新获得注意力。然而,关于大规模破坏性事件的应用心理学文献却很少关注这一重要课题。此外,与急性事件(如灾难)不同的是,持续的流行病给组织带来了额外的挑战,因为它们需要寻求有效的方式来保护员工的工作参与,使其免受工作场所的健康和安全威胁。为了解决这些差距,本文从工作重新依恋进行研究,将其作为员工返回工作的一个重要的前期工作投入。此外,作者将领导安全承诺作为一个调节因素,可以加强工作重新依恋在提高工作投入的有效性。作者进一步将敬业度与工作退出、个人防护装备的使用(如戴口罩)和任务绩效联系起来,以强调工作重新依恋的下游影响。为了验证本文的研究模型,作者收集了来自中国武汉COVID-19大流行的原始震中区的多波、多源数据,因为武汉有许多返回工作岗位的员工样本。这些结果为本文的模型提供了有力的支持。除了扩大对大规模破坏性事件的研究之外,目前的研究对COVID-19大流行中的组织和员工也有重要的意义。

 

[Abstract] With many employees returning to work after lockdowns and quarantines in the current COVID-19pandemic, research that seeks to identify effective ways to help them regain focus at work is warranted. However, the small body of applied psychology literature on large-scale disruptive events has paid insufficient attention to this important topic. Further, different from acute events (e.g., disasters),the ongoing pandemic poses an additional challenge for organizations as they seek to effectively protect employees’ job engagement from health and safety threats in the workplace. To address these gaps, we drew from job reattachment research and investigated it as an important antecedent of job engagement for employees returning to work. Moreover, we incorporated leader safety commitment as a moderator that can strengthen the effectiveness of job reattachment in enhancing job engagement. We further linked engagement to work withdrawal, use of personal protective equipment (e.g., wearing a mask), and task performance to underscore the downstream implications of job reattachment. To test our research model, we collected multi wave, multi source data from the original epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic—Wuhan, China—where many employees were returning to work. The results provide strong support for our model. In addition to extending research on large-scale disruptive events, the current study has important implications for organizations and employees in the COVID-19pandemic.

 

论文原文:Yuan,Z., Ye, Z., & Zhong, M. (2020). Plug back into work, safely: Job reattachment, leader safety commitment, and job engagement in the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Applied Psychology, 106(1): 62-70. doi: 10.1037/apl0000860











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