TITLE

Rolul resurselor personale în starea de bine a angajaţilor: implicarea în muncă şi epuizarea profesională

AUTHOR(S)
Vîrgă1, Delia; Miruna Pascu, Diana; Mioc, Mădălina; Draguţ, Isabela Elena; Ţepeş-Onea, Andrei; Petrucă, Emma
PUB. DATE
April 2013
SOURCE
Human Resources Psychology / Psihologia Resurselor Umane;2013, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p51
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The study is based on the extended Job Demands-Resources model and Self-Determination Theory to identify the role of personal resources. The purpose of this study is to investigate the role of self-efficiency and psychological needs in relationship with work engagement and burnout. Data was collected using an evidence type questionnaire applied to a sample of 221 employees of a production company (82.1% women). The hypotheses were tested by conducting a multiple hierarchical regression analysis. Results show that personal resources help to explain the involvement in work (vigor, dedication and absorption) and professional burnout (exhaustion and depersonalization). Thus, self-efficacy is positively associated with work engagement and burnout as well as their dimensions; the need for autonomy and competence contribute to work engagement and burnout. The findings highlight the importance of employee personal resources in adapting to the organizational dynamic.
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91976807

 

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