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August 20, 2022
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People with meaningful jobs try to improve their companies

Employees who find their job meaningful increase the likelihood of better performance reviews by suggesting ways of improvement for their companies, claims research from Trinity Business School. According to the study, undertaken by Amanda Shantz, Associate Professor and MBA Director at Trinity Business School, finding your work meaningful increases the likelihood of receiving a better performance review because it improves your ‘promotive voice behaviour’. Promotive voice behaviour refers to when employees offer suggestions around how their organisation can improve the way it functions. Together with her colleagues Nils Fürstenberg and Kerstin Alfes of ESCP Berlin, Shantz claims that the relationship…
People with meaningful jobs try to improve their companies

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