Employee Engagement and Sustainability: A Model for Implementing Meaningfulness at and in Work
Sustainability is increasingly becoming prevalent in both practice and scholarship. Yet, the majority of studies are focused on macro-level issues such as proving the business case, with little knowledge about how sustainability is implemented organization-wide. In this article, the mechanisms through which employees engage in sustainability, as well as the resulting impact, are discussed. A model for creating meaningfulness at and in work is put forward along with a discussion of implications for our current management models in the workplace.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: June 1, 2012
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