Perceived Control by Employees: A Meta-Analysis of studies concerning autonomy and participation at work

modified 2018-10-11

Perceived Control by Employees: A Meta-Analysis of studies concerning autonomy and participation at work

In short:

A meta-analysis of studies on autonomy and participation at work

Results:

A meta-analysis was conducted of studies relating perceived control variables to 19 employee outcome variables. For all studies combined, it was found that high levels of perceived control was associated with high levels of job satisfaction (overall and individual facets), commitment, involvement, performance and motivation, and low levels of physical symptoms, emotional distress, role stress, absenteeism, intent to turnover, and turnover.

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