2019
DOI: 10.1590/1678-6971/eramg190087 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Purpose: This study aimed to analyze the degree to which the meaning of work, specifically the work centrality dimension, and the types of achievement goal orientations at work, predict professional fulfillment. Originality/value: The main contribution is to provide background for the identification of antecedents of a concept yet narrowly studied, which is professional fulfillment, signaling how counselors and organizations may facilitate the greater achievement of what is most valued in a career. We evidenc… Show more

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“…A high degree of work centrality among re-entry women is not surprising, as it shows that work has an important role in their life, and thus they returned to work. This shows that women returned to their work to regain their confidence and work identity for professional satisfaction (Moura & Oliveira-Silva, 2019). These findings are in line with those of Hewlett and Luce (2005), who reported that women return to work to gain non-monetary benefits of working.…”
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“…A high degree of work centrality among re-entry women is not surprising, as it shows that work has an important role in their life, and thus they returned to work. This shows that women returned to their work to regain their confidence and work identity for professional satisfaction (Moura & Oliveira-Silva, 2019). These findings are in line with those of Hewlett and Luce (2005), who reported that women return to work to gain non-monetary benefits of working.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
“…Work centrality signifies an individual's belief about the value and importance of work in his/ her life. This concept highlights that individuals who consider their work as a central life interest possess strong identification with their work and invest efforts to attain professional development (Moura & Oliveira-Silva, 2019). During the interview, participants stressed upon acquiring competencies such as coding, technical skill etc.…”
Section: Work Centralitymentioning
“…It enlightens the relationship between task and contextual performance, understood as OCB-I and OCB-O as a mechanism whereby different contextual activities shape those organizational activities [81] that lead to innovation and entrepreneurship [82]. In this context, we show that supervisor's ratings of contextual behaviors have a positive impact on performance evaluations [83,84].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…These changes cause the restructuring of the existing hierarchy of values in three interrelated and interdependent spheres (personal, family and professional), unexpected changes in which can lead to a motivational crisis: the loss of the central life motive associated with the meaning of life, which can lead to an existential vacuum, which self-realisation and selfesteem will help a person to overcome [5,6].…”
Section: Theoretical Justification Of the Problemmentioning