Mutually complementary effects of cyberloafing and cyber-life-interruption on employee exhaustion

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Original languageEnglish
Article number103752
Journal / PublicationInformation and Management
Volume60
Issue number2
Online published2 Jan 2023
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2023

Abstract

Currently, people are accustomed to cyberloafing, or nonwork-related cyber activities during working hours, and cyber-life-interruption, or work-related cyber activities during nonworking hours. Job or personal demands no longer rely on either work- or nonwork-related domain resources. We propose a dynamic demands-resources model regarding cyberloafing and cyber-life-interruption to elucidate their direct and interaction effects on work and nonwork exhaustion. By identifying these dynamics, this study can enable both employees and employers to utilize these activities for better management of employee experiences in the technology-enabled flexible working environment, which, in turn, would bring about significant implications for employee job performance.

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  • Cyber-life-interruption, Cyberloafing, Exhaustion, Information and communication technology, Personal demands, Personal resources