Mindfulness, Work Climate, and Psychological Need Satisfaction in Employee Well-being

@article{Schultz2015MindfulnessWC,
  title={Mindfulness, Work Climate, and Psychological Need Satisfaction in Employee Well-being},
  author={Patricia P. Schultz and Richard M. Ryan and Christopher P. Niemiec and Nicole Legate and Geoffrey C. Williams},
  journal={Mindfulness},
  year={2015},
  volume={6},
  pages={971-985}
}
The present study investigated how both mindfulness and managerial autonomy support affect work adjustment. Two hundred and fifty-nine working adults were recruited online, and they were assessed for individual differences in mindfulness and the autonomy-supportive versus controlling style of their management at work. Also assessed were indicators of work-related adjustment, namely, burnout, turnover intention, and absenteeism. Results showed that both autonomy support and mindfulness had… 

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