Is the belief in one’s ability to succeed, also called self-efficacy, tied to past job performance or a cause of future success? Does self-efficacy lead to or come from successful job performance? This study looks at 38 studies with over 5,000 participants in an effort to answer these questions.
In the same way that an unexpected event in an employee’s workday can completely derail plans and send that person into “crisis mode,” organizations experience a similar reaction when unexpected change happens. In this study, the authors explain how to effectively restore order after an organizational crisis, by focusing on repairing working relationships.
Many companies understand how important it is to survey employee satisfaction on the job. But does it matter how many employees actually respond to the survey? And, for those who don’t respond, how do we measure satisfaction? In this study, the authors caution companies to consider more than mere surface-level results of an employee satisfaction survey.
Are you satisfied with your job? If not, the answer may be to look inward. This study includes an important note for employers regarding employee’s perception of success/failure. Fortunately, the right type of intervention may improve job satisfaction and ultimately job performance.
Have you ever wondered whether a specific type of practice leads to better performance? Or is just “showing up” good enough to make progress? Researchers in this study sought to answer that question, and the answer may prove relevant for e-learning communities!
Just when you thought there couldn’t be another article on the introvert-extrovert debate, researchers behind this study investigate whether it pays off to be a little neurotic (as opposed to extroverted) when it comes to the workplace. Their answer might surprise you!
For some employees, providing service with a smile can be depleting act of emotional labor. A new study explains why a highly emotional service worker might be the best service worker.
Company culture affects numerous aspects of employee experience, namely whether or not employees are encouraged to do their best work. The authors provide six simple guidelines to consider when fostering a culture that will inspire success. Check them out to learn how to create the “best workplace on earth!”