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BMC Public Health

, 14:513

Environmental health

Abstract

BackgroundIndividual work performance is an important outcome measure in studies in the workplace. Nevertheless, its conceptualization and measurement has proven challenging. To overcome limitations of existing scales, the Individual Work Performance Questionnaire IWPQ was recently developed. The aim of the current study was to gain insight into the responsiveness of the IWPQ.

MethodsData were used from the Be Active and Relax randomized controlled trial. The aim of the trial was to investigate the effectiveness of an intervention to stimulate physical activity and relaxation of office workers, on need for recovery. Individual work performance was a secondary outcome measure of the trial. In total, 39 hypotheses were formulated concerning correlations between changes on the IWPQ scales and changes on similar constructs e.g., presenteeism and distinct constructs e.g., need for recovery used in the trial.

Results260 Participants completed the IWPQ at both baseline and 12 months of follow-up. For the IWPQ scales, 23%, 15%, and 38%, respectively, of the hypotheses could be confirmed. In general, the correlations between change scores were weaker than expected. Nevertheless, at least 85% of the correlations were in the expected direction.

ConclusionsBased on results of the current study, no firm conclusions can be drawn about the responsiveness of the IWPQ. Several reasons may account for the weaker than expected correlations. Future research on the IWPQ’s responsiveness should be conducted, preferably in other populations and intervention studies, where greater changes over time can be expected.

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Autor: Linda Koopmans - Jennifer K Coffeng - Claire M Bernaards - Cécile RL Boot - Vincent H Hildebrandt - Henrica CW de Vet

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