Doorwerken tot aan het pensioen? Samenhang tussen werkkenmerken en het ingeschatte doorwerkvermogen

Translated title of the contribution: Continuing working until the pension age? : Relations between work characteristics and the estimated work ability

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    Abstract

    The Dutch and Belgian government attempts to let employees work longer with financial measures in order to solve the threatening shortness of labor forces. Until today this approach seems to be less successful. For this reason this study investigated, within the frame of the Job Demands-Resources (JD-R) model, whether the job characteristics workload, emotional and physical demands, cognitive demands, learning opportunities, autonomy and relation with the supervisor are related to someone’s expectation to be able to continue his job until the pension age. This study found several new practical and theoretical insights. It turned out that there were significant relations for workload, emotional and physical demands, learning opportunities and autonomy with someone’s expectation to be able to continue his job until the pension age. Psychological exhaustion as well as work pleasure had a mediating role in these relations. Using multiple mediation model analysis the research model was tested on the data of 2107 employees of 50 year or older of the Flemish Workability Monitor 2007.
    Original languageDutch
    Pages (from-to)392-409
    Number of pages18
    JournalGedrag & Organisatie
    Volume24
    Issue number4
    Publication statusPublished - Nov 2011

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    Pensions
    Aptitude
    Workload
    Learning
    Pleasure
    Psychology
    Research
    Work relations
    Autonomy
    Emotion
    Employees
    Exhaustion
    Labor force
    Mediation
    Government
    Job demands-resources model
    Job characteristics
    Psychological
    Financial measures
    Supervisors

    Keywords

    • Job Demands-Resources model
    • retirement
    • workload
    • emotional job demands
    • physical job demands
    • learning opportunities
    • autonomy

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    In: Gedrag & Organisatie, Vol. 24, No. 4, 11.2011, p. 392-409.

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