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Do employees always reciprocate home-based working with commitment? Working Paper & Studies

the role of blurring boundaries, trust and fairness: Do employees always reciprocate home-based working with commitment?

Work organizations are increasingly under pressure to offer home-based working. However, there is inconsistent evidence on whether granting employees to work from home is a business case increasing their organizational commitment. Analysis of the representative German Linked Personnel Panel revealed that, overall, the use of home-based working is associated with employees' higher organizational commitment. A closer look at the data, however, shows that this is less often the case when the use of home-based working involves the blurring of work-life boundaries. Our results are the first to provide evidence that perceived fairness in the exchange relation with supervisors is of particular importance for employees' experiences with working from home.

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Lott, Yvonne; Abendroth, Anja: Do employees always reciprocate home-based working with commitment?
WSI Working Paper, Düsseldorf, 28 Seiten

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