Job preservation efforts: when does job insecurity prompt performance?
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Jessie, K; Low, T.H.J; Annelies, Van Vianen
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While job insecurity generally impedes performance, there may be circumstances under which it can prompt performance. The purpose of this paper is to examine a specific situation (reorganization) in which job insecurity may prompt task and contextual performance. The authors propose that performance can represent a job preservation strategy, to which employees may only resort when supervisor-issued ratings of performance are instrumental toward securing one’s job. The authors hypothesize that because of this instrumentality, job insecurity will motivate employees’ performance only when they have low intrinsic motivation, and only when they perceive high distributive justice.

    Koen, J., Low, J. T., & Van Vianen, A. (2019). Job preservation efforts: When does job insecurity prompt performance? Career Development International, 25(3), 287-305.
https://doi.org/10.1108/cdi-04-2018-0099

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