Volunteer work as a valuable leisure‐time activity : A day-level study on volunteer work, non-work experiences, and well-being at work

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In this 2‐week diary study, with 105 employees providing data on a total of 476 days, we examined relationships between the amount of time spent on volunteer work activities during leisure time, psychological non‐work experiences in the evening (i.e. recovery experiences of psychological detachment from work and mastery as well as need satisfaction), and work outcomes during the following working day (i.e. positive and negative affect, and active listening). Results confirmed the hypothesized positive relationships between the amount of time spent on volunteer work activities and psychological detachment from work, mastery experiences, and need satisfaction in the evening. Psychological detachment from work in the evening was positively related to active listening during the following working day. Need satisfaction in the evening was negatively related to negative affect and positively related to active listening during the following working day. The amount of time spent on volunteer work activities was negatively related to negative affect during the following working day. This relationship was mediated by need satisfaction in the evening.

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ISO 690MOJZA, Eva J., Sabine SONNENTAG, Claudius BORNEMANN, 2011. Volunteer work as a valuable leisure‐time activity : A day-level study on volunteer work, non-work experiences, and well-being at work. In: Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. Wiley. 2011, 84(1), pp. 123-152. ISSN 0963-1798. eISSN 2044-8325. Available under: doi: 10.1348/096317910X485737
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  volume={84},
  issn={0963-1798},
  journal={Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology},
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