How to develop the full well-being profile among us employees? A person-centered approach

Abstract : The aim of this exploratory study is to test the link between high-performance HRM practices and the likelihood of belonging to different profiles of well-being at work, more specifically, the profile that is least associated with work exhaustion and intention to quit the organization. Following the “revised treadmill theory” and using the “psychological capital” concept, we hypothesize that employees tend to belong to this expected profile when they are given opportunities to use their abilities in the organizational context and when they have incentives. A latent profile analysis and multinomial logistic regressions have been applied in a large sample of 492 North American employees. The results support our hypothesis, revealing the relevance of the person-centered approach for defining a realistic step-by-step managerial strategy to progressively develop the full well-being profile.
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Franck Biétry, Jordane Creusier. How to develop the full well-being profile among us employees? A person-centered approach. Revue de Gestion des Ressources Humaines, Eska, 2017, 4 (106), pp.3-18. ⟨10.3917/grhu.106.0003⟩. ⟨hal-01884083⟩

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