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Table 2 Tukey’s HSD tests comparing combinations of low and high autonomy support and job crafting, for each workplace well-being outcome

From: Workplace Well-Being: The Role of Job Crafting and Autonomy Support

Dependent variable Group N M (SD) Mean difference Std. error
Workplace positive affect High AS–High JC 44 4.35 (0.98)   
Low AS–Low JC 45 2.22 (0.77) 2.13* 0.21
High AS–Low JC 13 2.85 (1.09) 1.50* 0.31
Low AS–High JC 26 2.91 (1.10) 1.43* 0.25
Workplace negative affect High AS–High JC 44 1.57 (0.66)   
Low AS–Low JC 45 3.08 (1.22) −1.51* 0.22
High AS–Low JC 13 2.00 (1.16) −0.43 0.33
Low AS–High JC 26 2.68 (1.10) −1.10* 0.26
Job satisfaction High AS–High JC 44 6.22 (0.74)   
Low AS–Low JC 45 3.43 (1.52) 2.79* 0.29
High AS–Low JC 13 4.82 (1.27) 1.40* 0.43
Low AS–High JC 26 4.41 (1.61) 1.81* 0.33
  1. Groups are based on tertile splits on the AS and JC variables. Mean difference values are compared to the High AS-High JC group
  2. AS autonomy support, JC job crafting
  3. p < 0.05