Contemplating workplace change: evolving individual thought processes and emergent story lines
Drawing on topical life histories of physicians in a particularly volatile public health sector environment, we build theory around the contemplation of workplace change. Overall, our study provides evidence as to why single or multiple independent factors, such as pay or job structure, may fail to predict or explain individual decisions to stay in or change workplaces. Instead, the contemplation process we argue is a complex, evolutionary, and context-dependent one that requires...[Show more]
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|Source:||The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science|
|Klag Jansen et al Comtemplating Workplace Change 2014.pdf||596.4 kB||Adobe PDF|
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