Journal of Scientific Research and Reports, ISSN: 2320-0227,Vol.: 6, Issue.: 5
Positive and Negative Work-family Interaction: How Burnout is Related to Job Satisfaction
Marcel Lourel1*, Kamel Gana2, Farida Mouda3, Frédérique Gros1, Ofélia Petric-Tatu1, Raphaël Trouillet4 and Isabelle Fort5 1College of the Teaching and Education, ESPE Lille Nord of France, laboratory RECIFES EA 4520, France. 3Regional Institute of Education and Health Promotion, IREPS Rouen, France.
2Department of Psychology, University of Bordeaux, France.
4Department of Psychology, University of Montpellier, France.
5Department of Psychology, University of Provence, France.
Marcel Lourel1*, Kamel Gana2, Farida Mouda3, Frédérique Gros1, Ofélia Petric-Tatu1, Raphaël Trouillet4 and Isabelle Fort5
1College of the Teaching and Education, ESPE Lille Nord of France, laboratory RECIFES EA 4520, France.
3Regional Institute of Education and Health Promotion, IREPS Rouen, France.
(1) Shunpu Zhang, Department of Statistics, University of Nebraska – Lincoln, USA.
(2) Diana E. Marco, National University of Cordoba, Argentina and Researcher, National Research Council (CONICET), Argentina.
(1) Anonymous, Brazil.
(2) Wided Boughattas, Occupational Medecine Department, Faculty of Medecine of Sousse, Tunisia.
(3) Anonymous, Taiwan.
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Aims: The main objective of this study was to test competitive path models describing the relationship between Work–Home Interference, job burnout and job satisfaction.
Study Design: Data was obtained from a sample of 95 dentists. A conceptual model in which burnout totally mediates the relationship between Work–Home Interference and job satisfaction was compared to another model in which this mediation was partial. The mediator role was demonstrated using the rationale and procedure suggested by Holmbeck . The results were discussed in light of the literature dealing with burnout.
Sample: Data was obtained from a sample of 95 denstists.
Practical Implications: The research suggests the very importance of relationships between work and home life, and the mediator role of job burnout for current research in quality of work life balance and management.
Originality/Value: Previous results reported in this population are few. The attention aroused by the conciliation between private and working lives is important inasmuch as it can alter the psychological and physical health of individuals.
Work–home interference; job burnout; psychological burnout; job satisfaction; dentists.
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DOI : 10.9734/JSRR/2015/15809Review History Comments