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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
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