This study investigates how remote e-working characteristics are related to employees' well-being in Italy. We conducted a longitudinal study with two time points and a 1-month time lag, involving a final sample of 223 employees. Controlling for the auto-regressive effects of all the outcomes, our results revealed that experiencing work-life balance during e-working was negatively associated with emotional exhaustion and social isolation, while it was positively related to career progression. Organisational trust also showed a positive relationship with career progression. Regarding well-being indicators of e-working, cognitive weariness during e-working was positively linked to emotional exhaustion, social isolation and physical complaints. Lastly, social isolation was negatively associated with subsequent perceptions of career progression. These findings contribute to a better understanding of the factors in e-work related to different well-being outcomes and can inform organisational interventions aimed at enhancing the well-being of employees working remotely.

It's an e‐work life! An explorative study on the relationships between e‐work characteristics and well‐being / Vignoli, Michela; Costantini, Arianna; Ceschi, Andrea; Perinelli, Enrico. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY. - ISSN 0020-7594. - in press:in press(In corso di stampa), pp. 1-8. [10.1002/ijop.13127]

It's an e‐work life! An explorative study on the relationships between e‐work characteristics and well‐being

Michela Vignoli
Primo
;
Arianna Costantini
Secondo
;
Andrea Ceschi
Penultimo
;
Enrico Perinelli
Ultimo
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Abstract

This study investigates how remote e-working characteristics are related to employees' well-being in Italy. We conducted a longitudinal study with two time points and a 1-month time lag, involving a final sample of 223 employees. Controlling for the auto-regressive effects of all the outcomes, our results revealed that experiencing work-life balance during e-working was negatively associated with emotional exhaustion and social isolation, while it was positively related to career progression. Organisational trust also showed a positive relationship with career progression. Regarding well-being indicators of e-working, cognitive weariness during e-working was positively linked to emotional exhaustion, social isolation and physical complaints. Lastly, social isolation was negatively associated with subsequent perceptions of career progression. These findings contribute to a better understanding of the factors in e-work related to different well-being outcomes and can inform organisational interventions aimed at enhancing the well-being of employees working remotely.
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Vignoli, Michela; Costantini, Arianna; Ceschi, Andrea; Perinelli, Enrico
It's an e‐work life! An explorative study on the relationships between e‐work characteristics and well‐being / Vignoli, Michela; Costantini, Arianna; Ceschi, Andrea; Perinelli, Enrico. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY. - ISSN 0020-7594. - in press:in press(In corso di stampa), pp. 1-8. [10.1002/ijop.13127]
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