Åshild Bødal Healthy change processes Relations with job insecurity, sickness absenteeism, sickness presenteeism and turnover intention

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  title={Åshild B{\o}dal Healthy change processes Relations with job insecurity, sickness absenteeism, sickness presenteeism and turnover intention},
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  year={2017}
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  • Published 2017
The aim of this study was to investigate whether the presence of a healthy change process (HCPI) could predict negative outcomes that normally follow organisational change, such as qualitative job insecurity, total sickness (sickness absenteeism and -presenteesim) and turnover intention. It was hypothesised that negative relationships existed between a healthy change process and qualitative job insecurity, total sickness and turnover intention. In addition, it was believed that experienced… CONTINUE READING

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