The relationship between work engagement and career commitment: The mediating effects of role innovation and the moderating effects of team conflict

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Abstract

Drawing on broaden-and-build theory, the present study examines the extent to which task and relationship conflicts, and role innovation, influence the relationship between work engagement and career commitment; and examine how these interrelationships, impact the organisational outcomes. A two wave multi source survey was conducted, using a sample of 196 leaders and 873 subordinates from manufacturing companies in Sri Lanka. The results revealed the moderating roles of task and relationship conflicts and the mediating role of role innovation, between the relationship of work engagement, and career commitment. Theoretical and managerial implications of these findings, along with avenues for future research, are discussed.

Conference

Conference32nd Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference 2018
Abbreviated titleManaging the many faces of sustainable work
CountryNew Zealand
CityAuckland
Period04/12/1807/12/18
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