Relationship Between Job-Stress and Burnout: Organizational Support and Creativity as Predictor Variables
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The study aimed to understand whether organizational support and individual's creativity will moderate effects of job stress and burnout, so an inverse relationship between organizational support, creativity. and burnout was predicted to occur. Sample of the study comprised of 70 individuals employed with private c01porate firms and private banks. A linear regression model was applied on all variables. The resulting model was found to be significant. R =.523, F (2,67) =12.622, p<.001, with job stress as the dependent variable. Job stress and burnout were inversely related to organizational support, however individual's creativity level did not effect either the level of stress or burnout. Results are discussed in the light of present findings and their implications for creating organizational environment conducive for better productivity and performance.
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