The Effects of Making Public Service Employees Aware of Their Prosocial and Societal Impact: A Microintervention study

Over the past decade, practitioners and scholars have intensified the discussions around people’s expectations from their jobs and how public and private organizations can succeed in the war for talent. In this context, it has become obvious that …

Motivation of public employees

What motivates public employees in their daily work?

Changes in Prosocial Motivation over Time: A Cross-Sector Analysis of Effects on Volunteering and Work Behavior

A gap in research on prosocial motivation is that very little is known about its change across time, let alone, how such changes affect employee behavior. Using multiple waves of panel data, covering a period of sixteen years, this article finds that …

The Stability and Change of PSM-related Values across Time: Testing Theoretical Expectations against Panel Data

This article is a response to calls in prior research that we need more longitudinal analyses to better understand the foundations of PSM and related prosocial values. There is wide agreement that it is crucial for theory building but also for …

Besonders motiviert? Wie ein neues Konzept der Wissenschaft hilft, die Motivation der Beschäftigten im öffentlichen Dienst besser zu verstehen