Predictors of Coping Behavior after a Layoff
A study examined the effects of individual differences and situational characteristics on individuals' use of 6 job loss coping strategies among laid-off industrial workers. In each case the predictors explained a significant portion of the variance (30%-47%) although different predictors were significantly associated with each of the 6 coping strategies. The results also suggest that the use of problem-focused and symptom-focused coping strategies are complementary rather than mutually exclusive.
Organizational Behavior and Theory
Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources
Journal of Organizational Behavior
LEANA, C.R.; FELDMAN, D.C.; and TAN, Yip Wei, Gilbert.
Predictors of Coping Behavior after a Layoff. (1998). Journal of Organizational Behavior. 1, (1), 85-97. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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