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Title: Role of Burnout in the Relationship between Job Demands and Job Outcomes among Indian Nurses
Authors: Suryatapa Kar, Damodar Suar
Issue/Year: Oct-2014
Section: Research
Abstract: This study examines the relationships among job demands, burnout, and work outcomes of nurses working in India. Results reveal that nurses experiencing more role ambiguity, role conflict, work load, organizational politics, negative shift work attitude, work-home conflict, unfavourable physical environment, and job complexity are at greater risk of job burnout. Emotional exhaustion and reduced personal accomplishment are the most influential mediators between job demands and turnover intention/organizational commitment.
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