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Exploring The Influence of Technology Use On Teleworking Benefits: A Gender Multigroup Analysis

The contribution of technology in the context of the COVID-19 crisis has had a reasonably disruptive effect on the organization of work, creating a new generation of employees willing to telework more. However, this trend is also a concern for gender inequality in the workplace that existed before the crisis. This study investigates the gender gap in the influence of technology use on job autonomy, job satisfaction, well-being, and intention to continue teleworking. A sample of 500 teleworkers, 250 men and 250 women, was tested using the PLS-SEM method. The results show a gender gap in the influence of technology use on job satisfaction and in the effect of job autonomy on the intention to continue teleworking. Technology use had more effect on job satisfaction for women, while well-being had more influence on job satisfaction for men. However, technology use did not affect the intention to continue teleworking for both genders, as did job autonomy for men. Women show a higher intent to continue teleworking compared to men.

Arielle Ornela Ndassi Teutio
Catholic University of Central Africa

Jean Robert Kala Kamdjoug
ESSCA School of Management


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