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Changing experiences of work dirtiness, occupational disidentification, and employee withdrawal
Schaubroeck,John M.1; Lam,Long W.2; Lai,Jennifer Y.M.2; Lennard,Anna C.1; Peng,Ann C.3; Chan,Ka Wai2
2018-10-01
Source PublicationJournal of Applied Psychology
ISSN00219010
Volume103Issue:10Pages:1086-1100
Abstract

Research and theory concerning "dirty work" has largely focused on how employees cope with stable features of their jobs. From a study of employees' experiences across 6 weekly repeated measurements, we found that within-person increases in experienced dirtiness were positively related to their withdrawal behaviors and job change propensity indirectly through occupational disidentification. Assessed at the between-subjects level, team-oriented leadership moderated the indirect within-person effects of work dirtiness experiences on these outcomes. The relationships between elevations in experienced work dirtiness and occupational disidentification were more strongly positive at lower levels of team-oriented leadership. Analyses also showed that individuals' perceptions of occupational stigma independently moderated the within-person relationship between experienced dirtiness and occupational disidentification. We discuss theoretical implications for the literature on dirty work and practical implications for mitigating the adverse outcomes associated with experienced work dirtiness.

KeywordDirty Work Leadership Occupational Disidentification Withdrawal Behavior Work Dirtiness
DOI10.1037/apl0000330
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Indexed BySSCI ; SSCI
Language英语
WOS Research AreaPsychology ; Business & Economics
WOS SubjectPsychology, Applied ; Management
WOS IDWOS:000445644000002
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionFaculty of Business Administration
Personal research not belonging to the institution
Corresponding AuthorSchaubroeck,John M.
Affiliation1.Department of Management,Michigan State University,,United States
2.Faculty of Business Administration,University of Macao,,Macao
3.Ivey Business School,Western University,,Canada
4.Department of Management,Oklahoma State University,,United States
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Schaubroeck,John M.,Lam,Long W.,Lai,Jennifer Y.M.,et al. Changing experiences of work dirtiness, occupational disidentification, and employee withdrawal[J]. Journal of Applied Psychology,2018,103(10):1086-1100.
APA Schaubroeck,John M.,Lam,Long W.,Lai,Jennifer Y.M.,Lennard,Anna C.,Peng,Ann C.,&Chan,Ka Wai.(2018).Changing experiences of work dirtiness, occupational disidentification, and employee withdrawal.Journal of Applied Psychology,103(10),1086-1100.
MLA Schaubroeck,John M.,et al."Changing experiences of work dirtiness, occupational disidentification, and employee withdrawal".Journal of Applied Psychology 103.10(2018):1086-1100.
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