Workplace fun, organizational inclusion and meaningful work: an empirical study

Mohamed Mousa, Rami Ayoubi, Hiba K. Massoud, Walid Chaouali

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Abstract

This paper addresses nurses working in public hospitals in order to find out how workplace fun may affect their perception of both organizational inclusion and meaningful work. Moreover, and given the novelty of organizational inclusion (OI) and meaningful work, more specifically in the context of developing countries, the authors explore the relationship between OI and meaningful work. A total of 360 questionnaires were collected from nurses in public hospitals in Egypt. The authors used SmartPLS 3 since it has less restrictions regarding complex models, non-normal data, small samples and is appropriate for higher-order constructs (Hair et al. 2017). The findings show that workplace fun has positive effects on organizational inclusion and meaningful work for nurses. Moreover, organizational inclusion positively affects meaningful work for nurses.
Original languageEnglish
Pages(In-Press)
Volume(In-Press)
Specialist publicationPublic Organization Review
DOIs
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 6 Jan 2021

Keywords

  • Workplace fun
  • Organizational inclusion
  • Meaningful work
  • Public hospitals
  • Egypt

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