Adaptation to work: an analysis of employee health, withdrawal and change.

  title={Adaptation to work: an analysis of employee health, withdrawal and change.},
  author={J G Rosse and Charles L. Hulin},
  journal={Organizational behavior and human decision processes},
  volume={36 3},
J. Rosse and H. Miller (1984, in P. Goodman, R. Atkin et al., Absenteeism: New Approaches to understanding, measuring, and managing employee absence. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass) have proposed a model of employee adaptation that hypothesizes multiple withdrawal behaviors and attempts to change working conditions as alternative forms of adaptation to a dissatisfying work environment. Negative health outcomes are also hypothesized consequences of dissatisfaction with work. In this longitudinal… CONTINUE READING
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