Tag: JD-R model

New publication on burnout and psychological needs

There have been numerous studies on job stress and mental health of correctional officers. Most of them, however, focused on specific symptoms or simple relations between various stressors and mental health. The purpose of the current study was to investigate the mechanism of the relationship between job characteristics and burnout among correctional officers by integrating […]

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New publication on job demands and job resources

This study used a person‐centered approach to examine the across‐time relationships between job demands and job resources of Chinese nurses and police officers on the one hand and their well‐being (burnout and work engagement) on the other. It was expected that increases in demands and decreases in resources across time would result in unfavorable changes […]

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New publication on workability and work engagement

Do job and personal resources predict work ability 10 years later?  Yes, job and personal resources DO predict workability 10 years later! Moreover, it seems that work engagement plays an important role in this connection. Using a two-wave 10-year longitudinal design, the examined the motivational process proposed by the Job Demands-Resources (JD-R) model was studied. […]

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