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Autorid võtavad eesmärgiks:

This article draws upon the emergent PC literature and research that views PC and its violations as dynamic and social (Alcover et al., 2017; Bankins, 2015; Parzefall & Coyle-Shapiro, 2011; Wiechers, Coyle-Shapiro, Lub, & ten Have, 2019). We adopt and integrate a social information processing (SIP) framework (Salancik & Pfeffer, 1978), a sensemaking approach (e.g., Weick, 1995), and insights from social networks (Ho, 2005) to explore the role of social information and interpersonal cues regarding coworker’s PC violations as factors shaping a focal individual’s psychological contract schema.

… ja veel täpsemalt:

we carve out a distinct contribution in which the focus is on the intrapsychic and cognitive processes related to focal individuals’ PC when a negative disruption happens to a coworker. The main contribution of our study is to explain how social cues given by a coworker may lead to changes in focal individuals’ PC schema, even in absence of focal individuals’ breach and violation.

Peamine järeldus:

Our main contribution uncovers the intrapsychic and cognitive processes related to individuals’ PC when coworkers experience a PC violation. […] Overall, this study proposes that third parties’ (i.e., coworkers) experiences influence how focal individuals make sense of their employment relationship.

Costa, S., & Coyle-Shapiro, J. (2021). What Happens to Others Matters! An Intraindividual Processual Approach to Coworkers’ Psychological Contract Violations. Group & Organization Management, 46(2), 153–185.