New Publication about Future Time Perspective, Job Crafting, Work Engagement and Performance
Our paper “The Influence of Future Time Perspective on Work Engagement and Job Performance: The Role of Job Crafting” has been formally published in issue 26 (1) of the European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology. In this paper, we show that an open-ended vs. a limited time perspective have differential effects on work outcomes (i.e., work engagement and job performance) via changes in job crafting behaviors. After 1 year, those who increased in their open-ended perspective, also crafted more resources and challenging demands. Those with an increased limited perspective, however, did not reduce their hindering demands.
The full paper can be found here: Kooij et al. (2017).