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Optimization of perceived fit with ABW environments is important for
organizations, since it is linked to various work outcomes. Currently, this is
particularly relevant in the context of expected post-COVID-19 changes in work
practices. To find clues for optimization of ABW practice, the current PhD research project was designed to examine how workers’ jobs, tasks, behaviors, psychological needs, and demographic characteristics may be related to their perceived fit. Two survey-based studies revealed relevant workers’ attributes, which were further examined in experience-sampling field studies and a virtual reality experiment. From the findings, a clear profile arises of workers who best fit with ABW environments, i.e.: high task variety, job autonomy, external and internal mobility, social interaction, and need for relatedness; low need for privacy; few highcomplexity tasks, many non-individual tasks; appropriately using open and closed work settings; frequently switching between work settings; relatively young age.
|Award date||8 Apr 2022|
|Publication status||Published - 8 Apr 2021|
- healthy workplace
- perceived fit
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- 1 Finished
Hoendervanger, J. G., van Yperen, N., Albers, C. & Mobach, M. P.
1/09/13 → 8/04/21
Project: PHD Research
- 1 Article
Hoendervanger, J. G., van Yperen, N., Mobach, M. P. & Albers, C., 2021, In: Environment & behavior.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Academic › peer-review