Toward a mediation model of employability enhancement: A study of employee-supervisor pairs in the building sector
Career Development Quarterly , Volume 59 - Issue 3 p. 232- 248
This study examines whether jobs that enable competence development and a constructive leadership style enhance workers' employabiliry or career potential through their assumed positive relationship with work-related flow (absorption, work enjoyment, and intrinsic work motivation). The authors conducted an explorative study with 303 pairs of employees and their direct supervisors working in a Dutch building company. Results indicate that self-ratings of learning value of the current job and transformational leadership have an indirect relationship with supervisor ratings of employability through work-related flow.
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van der Heijden, B.I.J.M, & Bakker, A.B. (2011). Toward a mediation model of employability enhancement: A study of employee-supervisor pairs in the building sector. Career Development Quarterly, 59(3), 232–248. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/92508