Perceived overqualification, empowering leadership, and role clarity: a three-way interaction effect on work engagement
Organizational researchers have recently shown considerable interest in the study of inadequate employment, among which the most common form is overqualification. Perceived overqualification, referring to the feelings of having more knowledge, skills, abilities, and work experience than required for a job, has been studied as an increasingly important factor affecting employee attitudes and behaviours in workplace. Previous literature has shown mixed conclusions regarding the attitudinal and...[Show more]
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