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Title: Impact of job crafting on quality of care: The moderating effect of commitment
Author: Romeo Delgado, Marina
Yepes i Baldó, Montserrat
Westerberg, Kristina
Nordin, Maria
Keywords: Cura de les persones grans
Compromís organitzacional
Older people's care
Organizational commitment
Issue Date: 20-Nov-2018
Publisher: Scientific Research Publishing
Abstract: The present study is part of a broader research project aimed at the analysis of the job environment of eldercare and nursing homes employees. In this context, the aim of this research is to analyze the direct effect of job crafting, specifically, task, relational and cognitive crafting, on quality of care, and the moderator effect of commitment on these relationships. A correlational cross-sectional design was used. A non-probabilistic accidental sample of 530 eldercare and nursing home employees was recruited. Standardized instruments were used to assess employees' job crafting, quality of care and commitment. Regression analyses with PROCESS were used to test the moderated model. Results showed a moderated effect of exchange, values, and affective commitment on the relationship between cognitive job crafting and quality of care, but not on the relationship of task and relational job crafting and quality of care. This study highlights the importance of nurses' job crafting activities for quality of care. Quality of care depends on cognitive job crafting among nurses with high levels of organizational commitment. Those employees with high levels of need commitment perceived low levels of quality of care, independently of their job crafting.
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It is part of: Psychology, 2018, num. 9, p. 2649-2661
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ISSN: 2152-7180
Appears in Collections:Articles publicats en revistes (Psicologia Social i Psicologia Quantitativa)

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