Supportive Leadership, Employee Engagement and Occupational Safety
by Lauren Elizabeth Baxter
Publisher: University of Tennessee 2013
Number of pages: 77
This archival field study examined the relationships of supportive leadership, employee engagement, and safety outcomes in order to address the current knowledge gap regarding these concepts and also to test predictions of and extend the Job Demands-Job Resources Model. The findings have implications for theory, research and, perhaps most importantly, practical application.
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