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  • Paper: 'Autonomous help-seeking' on the job pays dividends for workers

    Two distinct types of help-seeking at work have differing interpersonal costs and benefits for employee competency measures, says new research co-written by Yihao Liu, right, a professor of labor and employment relations and of psychology at Illinois, and graduate student Fan Xuan Chen.

    Two distinct types of help-seeking at work have differing interpersonal costs and benefits for employee competency measures, says new research co-written by Yihao Liu, right, a professor of labor and employment relations and of psychology at Illinois, and graduate student Fan Xuan Chen.

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  • Editor’s notes: To contact Yihao Liu, call 217-300-6135; email yihaoliu@illinois.edu.

    The paper “Asking how to fish vs. asking for fish: Antecedents and outcomes of different types of help-seeking at work” is available online.

    DOI: 10.1111/peps.12479