Job Crafting in Logistics Employees: A Model Proposition

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This study investigates job crafting and makes contributions to management and logistics literature. The first contribution is theoretical. Job crafting is a crucial concept in organizations for today’s employee. However, there is inconsistencies among job crafting conceptualizations. Secondly job crafting has been examined in aspect of logistics employees. In this conceptual study a model has been proposed. Accordingly, we propose a relationship between environmental turbulence and job crafting. Further, this study proposes the associations among job crafting and health and performance (i.e., task performance and contextual performance).


Job Crafting, Employee Health, Environmental Turbulence, Employee Performance, Logistics Employees

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