Professional burnout: Work-Family Conflict as a Risk Factor and Supervisor’s Social Support as a Protective Factor

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Title Professional burnout: Work-Family Conflict as a Risk Factor and Supervisor’s Social Support as a Protective Factor
El conflicto trabajo-familia como factor de riesgo y el apoyo social del supervisor como factor protector del agotamiento profesional
 
Creator Rhnima, Abdelaziz
Richard, Patrick
Núñez, Juan Francisco
Pousa, Claudio Eduardo
 
Subject
work-family conflict, professional burnout, structural equation models, human resources, Canada.
Ciencias Humanas y de la Conducta
conflicto trabajo-familia, agotamiento profesional, modelos de ecuaciones estructurales, recursos humanos, Canadá.
 
Description Building on Hobfoll’s conservation of resources model, we examine the interaction of different dimensions of supervisor’s support and work-family conflict on employee’s burnout. Data was gathered via self-administered questionnaires from a sample of human resource management professionals in Canada, and the hypotheses were verified using structural equation models. Results suggest first that supervisor’s emotional support moderates the negative impact of work-family conflict on subordinate’s burnout. Second, that supervisor’s instrumental support mediates the effect of two forms of work-family conflicts (work interfering on family and vice versa) on subordinate’s individual performance. And third, that supervisor’s emotional support reduces employee’s depersonalization.
Usando el modelo de conservación de recursos, comprobamos que el apoyo social del supervisor reduce los efectos nocivos del conflicto trabajo-familia sobre el agotamiento profesional. Cuantificamos el efecto de distintos roles del apoyo social del supervisor sobre el agotamiento profesional. Los datos fueron recabados con cuestionarios sobre una muestra de profesionales en administración de recursos humanos. Verificamos las hipótesis empleando modelos de ecuaciones estructurales. Concluimos que el apoyo emocional del superior modera el impacto negativo del conflicto familia-trabajo sobre el agotamiento emocional del subordinado. El apoyo instrumental del superior ejerce un efecto mediador entre las dos formas de conflicto (trabajofamilia y familia-trabajo) y el desempeño individual del subordinado. El apoyo emocional del superior reduce el sentimiento de despersonalización del subordinado. 
 
Publisher Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
 
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Date 2016-11-07
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion

métodos cuantitativos; modelos de ecuaciones estructurales

 
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Identifier http://cienciaergosum.uaemex.mx/index.php/ergosum/article/view/2353
 
Source CIENCIA ergo-sum; Vol. 23, Núm. 3 (2016); 205-218
2395 8782
1405 0269
 
Language spa
 
Relation http://cienciaergosum.uaemex.mx/index.php/ergosum/article/view/2353/3449
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