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Summary Job-related stress has become a common experience for employees in today’s workplace. Some significant stressors in the work environment are role ambiguity, role conflict, and role overload. Role ambiguity refers to the extent to which an organizational member is unclear about responsibilities, expectations, and evaluations related to his or her position. Role conflict is … Continue reading Revisiting the Association of LMX Quality with Perceived Role Stressors: Evidence for Inverted Relationships among Immigrant Employees

Topic: Supervisor Communication; Digital Communication in the Workplace Authors, Title and Publication Hill, N., Kang, J., & Seo, M. (2014). The interactive effect of leader–member exchange and electronic communication on employee psychological empowerment and work outcomes. Leadership Quarterly, 25(4), 772-783. Summary The growth in virtual work arrangements and the increased availability of information and communication technologies have … Continue reading The Interactive Effect of Leader–Member Exchange and Electronic Communication on Employee Psychological Empowerment and Work Outcomes