TH-P01-033-interactive - Predictors of procrastination in employees of modern Russian organization

Track:
Work stressors
What:
Interactive Poster Presentation
When:
1 hour 30 minutes
Where:
O'Brien Foyer
Discussion:
0
 
Employee stress and burnout
Work stressors
TH-P01-033-interactive
Predictors of procrastination in employees of modern Russian organization
V. Barabanshchikova*, S. Ivanova
 
 
Content: The aim of this research is to investigate how personal, professional and organizational factors influence on level of procrastination in employees of modern Russian industrial organization. Based on theoretical researches of procrastination predictors (Ferrari, Johnson, McCown, 1995; Steel, 2007), complex methodology of occupational stress analysis (Leonova, 2004), OPQ model of personality (Bartram, Brown, Fleck et al., 2006), the concept of organizational paradigms by Constantine (Lipatov, 2005; Constantine, 1993) and used Tuckman General Procrastination Scale (Kryukova, 2010; Tuckman, 1991) we constructed theoretical model and asked 170 employees of Russian industrial organization (men=75, women=95, mean age=36). The results of structural equation modeling showed a good fit for the hypothesized model (χ2=69,873; CFI=0,976; GFI=0,942; RMSEA=0,33) and revealed significant predictors of procrastination such as occupational stress syndrome, work environment characteristics, typical behavior patterns in occupational situation and special aspects of organizational culture. This model explained the variation of procrastination by 63%.
 
 
 
 

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