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Colección: ArtículosTítulo: Age as moderator of the relationship between self-efficacy and effort in occupational teams / Laura U. A. Gärtner and Guido HertelAutor: Gärtner, Laura U. A.Notas: Sumario: This research contributes to the existing literature in three ways. First, to our knowledge this is the first study that empirically examines ages differences in the relationship between event-specific self efficacy and effort in teamwork contexts; as such, we answer recent calls to examine age differences in teamwork contexts at the level of the individual member (Gärtner, Nohe, & Hertel,2019; Rudolph & Zacher, 2015). Second, we considered task familiarity and work context (i.e., teamwork vs. working alone) as additional moderators of the event -specific self-efficacy-effort link to achieve a more precise prediction of age differences in team-related effort expenditure. Whereas extant research has considered task characteristics with implications for age-related cognitive capabilities (e.g., Kanfer & Ackerman, 2004), the current research considers task characteristics with implications for age-related social processes. Third, this study provides new suggestions for HR management to address challenges posed by demographic changes at the level of the individual worker (e.g., Hertel & Zacher, 2018), for instance, with respect to staffing or task assignments in occupational teamsRegistros relacionados: En: Work, aging and retirement - Oxford : Oxford Academic. - V. 6, n.º 2 (april 2020) p. 118-129Materia / lugar / evento: Gestión de recursos humanosTransformaciones demográficasEquipos de trabajoRelaciones laboralesAutores secundarios: Hertel, Guido Otras clasificaciones: 922.3Derechos: In Copyright (InC)