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Table 3 Correlations between working conditions and well-being outcomes

From: Flexible work arrangements in open workspaces and relations to occupational stress, need for recovery and psychological detachment from work

Independent variablesDependent variables
Occupational stressNeed for recoveryPsychological detachment from work
Age−.21**.25**.10
Work experience.15*.11*.15*
Flexible work arrangements (ABW) (scale; T2)−.19*−.21**.15*
“I do not have my own personal desk (flex-desk)”.21*.17*.07
“I decide for myself where (office, home, elsewhere) and when I work”−.25**−.18**.14*
“I use information technology (e.g., smartphone, laptop), so I can work at any chosen location or time”.17*.11*−.20**
“I regularly work remotely with my colleagues”−.12*−.18**−.09
“In the office, I work in an ‘activity-related’ manner (e.g., using spaces for concentration, communication, meetings)”.14*.16*.09
Mental demands (T2).30**.36**−.19**
Workload (T2).39**.31**−.25**
Job autonomy (T2)−.16*−.21**.08
Collaboration team (T2)−.21**−.19*.11
Support supervisor (T2)−.17−.10.14*
Supervisory communication (T2)−.19*−13*.10
Communication satisfaction: climate (T2)−.11−.09.09