Published: 10 September 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/8xbrd3g4by.1
Fabiana Queiroga, Amalia Perez-Nebra


This dataset's answers referes to 386 employees (fixed employees and public servants), both genders. We have information about marital status, level of education, income and also questions to better understand how populous the teleworking was, considering the first pandemic pick. It means that data was collected between May and July/2020. About the constructs, we publish in this database the follow constructs. - Work as Meaning Inventory WAMI: is a 10-item measure assessing search for Greater Good Motivation (3 items; e.g. My work helps me make sense of the world around me), positive meaning (4 items; e.g. I have found a meaningful career”) and contribution to meaning-making (3 items; e.g. I view my work as contributing to my personal growth”). The items of the inventory are rated from 1 (absolutely untrue) to 5 (absolutely true); - Performance. Short Version of General Self-Assessment Scale of Job Performance has 10 items to measure Task and Context performance (e.g. I take initiatives to improve my results at work). Items are rated from 1 (absolutely false) to 5 (absolutely true). - I- deal. The HR flexibility and development i-deal is a measure with 6 items (HR i-deal e.g. I try to negotiate my job conditions with the company). We use the scale is a single factor just considering flexibility aspect. Items rated from 1 (Never) to 5 (Always). - Recovery Experience Questionnaire is composed of four types of recovery experience (psychological detachment, relaxation, mastery and control). We reduce 1 item of each scale based on the factor loading. Participants indicated on a 5-point scale (1 = never to 5 = always) the extent to which each recovery experience was de-scribing the psychological detachment (3-item), relaxation (3-item), mastery (3-item), and control (3-item).. We keep in this database all the factors about the constructs measured and also the clusters we found considering Belasos Model. All these information was collected in a second moment (T2 281_COVID-19 BR.csv)



Organizational Psychology, Employee Well-Being, Job Performance, COVID-19