Daily self-management and employee work engagement

  title={Daily self-management and employee work engagement},
  author={Kimberley Breevaart and A. Bakker and E. Demerouti},
  journal={Journal of Vocational Behavior},
Abstract The present study adopts a bottom-up approach to work engagement by examining how self-management is related to employees' work engagement on a daily basis. Specifically, we hypothesized that on days that employees use more self-management strategies, they report higher resources at work and in turn, are more vigorous, dedicated, and absorbed in their work (i.e., engaged) on these days. We tested this hypothesis in a sample of 72 maternity nurses who filled out an online diary for 5… Expand
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