How entrepreneurs influence their employees’ job satisfaction: The double-edged sword of proactive personality

Abstract This paper aims to enhance our understanding of work and wellbeing in the entrepreneurial society. We integrate research on proactive personality (PP) and job design to explore how entrepreneurs’ PP impacts their employees’ job satisfaction by shaping employee job…

Comparing physicians’ performance to peers decreases job satisfaction and increases burnout

Peer comparison, a commonly used behavioral intervention comparing primary care physicians’ performance to that of their peers, has no statistically significant impact on preventive care performance. It does, however, decrease physicians’ job satisfaction while increasing burnout.