THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE JOB MAIN DIMENSIONS AND GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES STAFF BURNOUT

Farshad Yeganeh, Shahram Salavati

Abstract


This study examined how job main dimensions associated with the governmental agencies staffs’ burnout. The Pearson correlation and the Multiple Regression employed to analyze the collected data from 241 governmental agency employees in Iran. Two sets of questionnaires, Job Main Dimensions and Maslach Burnout Inventory, helped gathering the data related to job main dimensions and employee burnout. The findings indicated that the five job main dimensions negatively associate with employees’ burnout. In addition, the outcome of the Multiple Regression analysis indicated that skill variety has the most powerful impact in anticipating of job burnout. This can be argued that managers should attention improving the job dimensions in order to reduce the employee burnout. The findings suggest the decision maker considering the employee’s knowledge and skills and the need for the intensity of promoting.

 

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job dimensions, job exhaustion, job burnout

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