Job Demands-Resources Theory and Experience Sampling

24 June 2019
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CITEC 1.204

JD-R theory is a theory about the causes of employee well-being and behaviors that can be used to predict a wide range of organizational outcomes.
Accordingly, employees are confronted with and proactively modify various job demands and resources, which consequently impact job strain and work engagement, and have an indirect effect on creativity, performance, etc.
In this presentation, I will discuss the basic propositions of JD-R theory, and discuss the available evidence.
The focus will particularly be on daily diary and experience sampling studies, to illustrate how mobile devices and technology can be used to study employees during work, while they are confronted with various external demands and resources.

Everyone is invited to join the talk.