Construct, Measurements and Antecedents of Thriving at Work

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ZHANG Rui-gao , SHEN Lei ,

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Volume 7 - September 2018 (09)

Abstract

Thriving at work was defined as the continuous psychological state in which individuals experienced both a sense of vitality and learning to measure employees' state. Thriving at work which can gauge individuals whether they were on a positive developmental path had a positive meaning not only for employees but also to the Organization. The study summarizes the origin and development of various conceptualizations of thriving at work, and analysis the dimensions and measurements were, then discussed the antecedents identified in recent studies, and finally forecast for future research prospects after neatening the current status of theory and research on thriving at work.

Keywords

Thriving at Work, Measurements, Antecedents

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