Organizational Predictors of Employees’ Burnout and Engagement Experiences
Bunga Indira Artha, Arum Etikariena Hidayat
Arum Etikariena Hidayat
Available Online August 2019.
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- burnout, engagement, areas of work-life, workload, reward, community, fairness
- This paper presents a model on how the degree of fit between a person and a work environment within the six areas of work life—including workload, control, reward, community, fairness, and values—determines the extent to which the employee experiences what is described as engagement and burnout. A sample of 160 full-time Indonesian employees was involved in cross-sectional research. The data were collected using a questionnaire consisting of the Maslach’s Burnout Inventory–General Survey, the Utrecht Work Engagement Scale, and the Areas of Work-life Scale to measure employees’ level of burnout and engagement, as well as the degree of congruence with their work environment. To explore the relationships among measured variables, the hypothesized models were tested using a structural equation model. The proposed model shows a good fit in which the result satisfies all the ﬁt indices used. The influence of employees’ match with workload, reward, community, and fairness on burnout was negative and statistically significant. A match in the workload had a positive, statistically significant influence on work engagement. Management must realize employees’ degree of congruence with the work environment is an essential predictor of their engagement and burnout experience. This article complements the literature on occupational health psychology by explaining the degree of congruence with the work environment influences engagement and burnout level in the Indonesian workforce.
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TY - CONF AU - Bunga Indira Artha AU - Arum Etikariena Hidayat PY - 2019/08 DA - 2019/08 TI - Organizational Predictors of Employees’ Burnout and Engagement Experiences BT - 2nd International Conference on Intervention and Applied Psychology (ICIAP 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 809 EP - 823 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/iciap-18.2019.67 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/iciap-18.2019.67 ID - Artha2019/08 ER -