All job demands are not equal: exploring the two sides of a coin
by Alka Rai; Shweta Jaiswal Thakur
International Journal of Management Concepts and Philosophy (IJMCP), Vol. 13, No. 2, 2020

Abstract: The principal objective of the present article is to evaluate the idea that all job demands are not identical. Literature review has been performed to assess the notion that all demands are not equal. Thus, the underlying rationale for segregation of job demands as challenges and hindrances has been evaluated. This study might be guiding for future research to answer the identified ambiguity and issues in job demand literature. The article may help researchers and practitioners to develop understanding regarding the potential of job demands in predicting work outcomes. The article may help scholars and managers to better understand the differential association of job demands with work related outcomes as such exploration is not much attempted in literature.

Online publication date: Thu, 03-Sep-2020

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