The impact of the changing employment relationship on the well-being and job performance of public servants: a multilevel study of the mediating mechanisms and boundary conditions of the employment relationship Ghent University
This research examines how the changing employment relationship has an impact on the wellbeing and performance of public servants. On the one hand, we examine self-efficacy, motivation and distributive justice as mediating mechanisms. On the other hand, we examine public service
motivation, red tape and the leaderU+2019s employment relationship as boundary conditions of this linkage.
The plugged-in employee: all risks and no benefits? Extending our knowledge on work-related ICT-use outside work hours through a behavioral fit and a self-determination perspective. KU Leuven
The many ICT-evolutions of the past few decades (e.g., internet access everywhere) have made our lives easier in many respect, but they have also blurred the boundaries between work and home, which has made it harder for people to disconnect and recover from work after hours. This trend has been linked to several risks, like increased work-to-life conflict, stress and mental illness. Stimulated by an increased awareness of these risks, ...
Slow-healing wounds? How continuous structural reforms in the public sector reduce levels of job satisfaction and slow the recovery of job satisfaction in the long term. University of Antwerp
Subtle discrimination of ethnic minority and disabled employees at work: Reconnecting inter-individual experiences to macrostructures of inequality Hasselt University
Pitch Please: Entrepreneurial Talent Hasselt University
Push versus pull: The effectiveness of formal and informal teacher collaborative structures KU Leuven
Teacher collaboration is believed to help teachers deal with their changing work context and ultimately result in improved student outcomes. However, these are often assumptions and empirical evidence of the effectiveness of teacher collaboration in terms of student outcomes is scarce. Moreover, the common assumption that collaboration is uniform and beneficial on all fronts hampers solid theory-building. This project thoroughly investigates ...