Employee Green Behavior: A Meta-Analysis

To systematically synthesize the rapidly growing literature on EGB, we conducted a meta-analysis (k = 135 independent samples; total N = 47,442 employees).

Feedback Environment: A Meta-Analysis

Feedback environment reflects the perceptions of the contextual, day-to-day feedback process within supervisor-subordinate relationships. Here, we present a comprehensive meta-analysis of the feedback environment literature.

Meta-Analysis in Vocational Behavior: A Systematic Review and Recommendations for Best Practices

In this manuscript, we systematically reviewed and synthesized the entire corpus of meta-analytic articles that have ever been published in the Journal of Vocational Behavior (JVB). The two overarching research questions that guided our review are, “How are meta-analyses published in JVB ‘done’?,” and “Do meta-analyses published in JVB conform to ‘best practices’?”

Commuting Demands & Appraisals: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Strain and Wellbeing Outcomes

Commuting is a nearly ubiquitous source of stress for employees. In this project, we aim to systematically review and quantitatively synthesize the literature on commuting stress

Cross-Temporal Meta-Analysis: A Conceptual and Empirical Critique

The proper estimation of age, period, and cohort (APC) effects is a pervasive concern for thestudy of a variety of psychological and social phenomena, inside and outside of organizations.

Feedback Environment Meta-Analysis

Feedback environment describes the feedback process within organizations. We are conducting a pre-registered meta-analysis of the feedback environment literature.

Job Crafting Meta-Analysis

Job crafting involves employees actively changing the cognitive, task, and/or relational boundaries of their jobs (Wrzesniewski & Dutton, 2001). Another definition of job crafting, based on the job demands-resources model, suggests that employees craft their jobs by increasing social job resources, increasing structural job resources, increasing challenging job demands, and decreasing hindering job demands (Tims & Bakker, 2010).

Occupational Future Time Perspective (FTP) Meta-Analysis

The employment context is changing. These developments require employees to have a more long-term focus and to anticipate their occupational future.

Thriving at Work: A Meta-Analysis

Thriving at work refers to a positive psychological state characterized by a joint sense of vitality and learning.

Thriving at Work: A Meta‐Analysis

Thriving at work is defined as a psychological state in which people experience a joint sense of vitality and learning in the workplace.