International Journal of Work Organisation and Emotion
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International Journal of Work Organisation and Emotion (3 papers in press)
Interpersonal emotion regulation while at work: A test of differences by Donta Harper Abstract: Purpose: This study utilized the interpersonal emotion regulation questionnaire (IERQ) to examine the work environment by determining the interpersonal emotion regulation (IER) of employees differences based upon employee and supervisor roles.
Methodology: A quantitative study design, utilizing social medians was employed to sample 122 managers and non-mangers (n = 122). Testing analysis utilized ordinal regression and ANOVA analyses.
Findings: The Soothing subscale of IERQ was the only significant difference.
Conclusion and Practical Implication: The implications of the findings conceivably relate to the trainings of employees. The study points to the need for longitudinal studies of interpersonal emotion regulation in the workplace. This study has important implications for the business sector, as there is a lack of literature discerning the importance of the supervisory role with regard to the need for individuals in supervisory roles to regulate their own emotions as well as those of their subordinates.
Originality/Value: The IERQ has been utilized clinically to study patients. The study is the first, however, that the author is aware of, to utilize the IERQ to test organizational employees intrinsic and extrinsic interpersonal emotional regulation.
Keywords: interpersonal emotion regulation questionnaire; emotional intelligence; emotion regulation; emotional labor; group differences; intrinsic; extrinsic.
The Relationship Between Training and Satisfaction: The Case of Personal And Collective Protection Equipment. by Leandro Pereira, Renato Lopes Da Costa, Álvaro Dias, Rui Gonçalves Abstract: The objective of this research is to analyze the influence of HRM practices of training in the use and satisfaction of protective equipment. Exposed to physical and psychological risks and daily wear and tear, the need arises to value OSH (Occupational Safety and Health) to protect workers and make them more prepared and protected for the risks inherent to the wear and tear of the profession. The methodology used in this study was quantitative and was based on 97 questionnaires to professionals in the area. The study concludes that HRM practices such as training is a strategic factor for organizational satisfaction, with the participation of workers in the choice of protective equipment being one of the factors for creating the same satisfaction. It can also be concluded that training is a critical pillar in the success of the company, having a direct and positive impact on job satisfaction. Keywords: Training; Satisfaction; HR Practices; Protection Equipment; Job Satisfaction. DOI: 10.1504/IJWOE.2020.10033453
Designing an Organizational Virtuousness Model in the Service Organizations (Case study: Iran Touse'e Ta'avon Bank) by Hamidreza Yazdani, Shahram Hafezi, Abdolkhalegh Gholami Abstract: The present study aimed at designing an organizational virtuousness model in the service organizations (case study: Iran Touse'e Ta'avon Bank) The methodology used in this study was the mixed method with sequential (qualitative-quantitative) explorative strategy The qualitative phase was began with a data-driven thematic analysis analysis (inductive) approach, using purposeful sampling method and interviewing with 12 working managers of Touse'e Ta'avon Bank, and then, the basic themes, organizing and global themes, were identified by encoding the interviews Designing the model, 384 employees of Touse'e Ta'avon Bank were selected by using simple random sampling method in order to test the proposed model, and were asked to complete the questionnaire The data were analyzed in the quantitative phase by modeling of the structural equations with partial least squares (PLS-SEM) The results showed that though many researchers concern about extra-organizational factors and their negative effects on virtuous ethics in organizations, the most important Keywords: Virtuousness, Organizational Virtuousness, service organizations