A. C. Ogwueleka
Exploring the effects of positive organizational behaviour (POB) models on occupational eustress amongst construction employees
Ogwueleka, A. C.; Ikediashi, D. I.
The general perspective of organizational behaviour (OB) has been characterized more by negativity than positively. The introduction of a positive approach into OB is known as positive organizational behaviour (POB), which focuses on employees' positive emotions and strengths to enable them to thrive and reinforce the organization. The study assesses the effects of POB constructs on eustress amongst construction employees in Nigeria. Data were collected from 326 respondents practising in the construction firms using a quantitative survey and analyzed using both descriptive and inferential surveys, including structural equation modelling (SEM). The study identified five constructs of POB models and five parameters of eustress that have a significant influence on eustress. The study focuses on identifying the areas that can propel positive mental health among construction employees to improve their performances and increase work productivity. Therefore, it recommends that construction stakeholders should consider adopting company policies that can drive their implementations.
Ogwueleka, A. C., & Ikediashi, D. I. (2021). Exploring the effects of positive organizational behaviour (POB) models on occupational eustress amongst construction employees. Journal of Construction Business and Management, 5(1), 38-46. https://doi.org/10.15641/jcbm.5.1.1041
|Journal Article Type||Article|
|Online Publication Date||Oct 3, 2021|
|Deposit Date||Jan 12, 2023|
|Journal||Journal of Construction Business and Management|
|Peer Reviewed||Peer Reviewed|
|Keywords||Construction employees, distress, occupational eustress, positive organizational behaviour delivery|
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