The psychology of casualization: Evidence for the mediating roles of security, status and social identification
Organizational research from a social identity perspective has shown that people expend effort on behalf of a work unit to the extent that the unit contributes to their sense of social identity. Moreover, it has been suggested that identification is enhanced to the extent that group members anticipate future interaction with one other (Worchel et al., 1998). This study examined these ideas in relation to the phenomenon of workplace casualization, looking at whether assigning individuals to...[Show more]
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