Emotional Intelligence as a Moderator of Emotional and Behavioral Reactions to Job Insecurity

Jordan, P. J., Ashkanasy, N. M. and Hartel, C. E. J. (2002) Emotional Intelligence as a Moderator of Emotional and Behavioral Reactions to Job Insecurity. Academy of Management Review, 27 3: 361-372.

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Author Jordan, P. J.
Ashkanasy, N. M.
Hartel, C. E. J.
Title Emotional Intelligence as a Moderator of Emotional and Behavioral Reactions to Job Insecurity
Journal name Academy of Management Review   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0363-7425
Publication date 2002
Sub-type Article (original research)
DOI 10.2307/4134384
Volume 27
Issue 3
Start page 361
End page 372
Total pages 12
Editor A. P. Brief
Publisher The Academy of Management
Collection year 2002
Language eng
Subject 380108 Industrial and Organisational Psychology
C1
Abstract We present a model linking perceptions of job insecurity to emotional reactions and negative coping behaviors. Our model is based on the idea that emotional variables explain, in part, discrepant findings reported in previous research. In particular, we propose that emotional intelligence moderates employees' emotional reactions to job insecurity and their ability to cope with associated stress. In this respect, low emotional intelligence employees are more likely than high emotional intelligence employees to experience negative emotional reactions to job insecurity and to adopt negative coping strategies.
Keyword Perceptions
Job security
Emotional reactions
Negative coping behaviours
Emotional intelligence
Q-Index Code C1

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