This study extended the job demands-resources model by investigating the different impact of challenge and hindrance stressors on vigor (key dimension of work engagement) and exhaustion (key dimension of job burnout). Data was collected from 199 nurses of a hospital in a two-time-period survey with a three-month time lag. Results supported those theoretical extensions that the relationship between job demands and vigor might depend on whether the demands are associated with hindrances or challenges. (a) Quantitative workload, a challenge stressor, was positively related to vigor. (b) Office politics, a hindrance stressor, was negatively related to vigor. (c) Both quantitative workload and office politics had positive effect on emotional exhaustion. (d) In addition, autonomy was positively related to vigor.
|Title of host publication||2009 International Conference on Management Science and Engineering - 16th Annual Conference Proceedings|
|Number of pages||9|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2009|
Bibliographical notePaper presented at the 16th International Conference on Management Science and Engineering, Sep 14-16, 2009, Moscow, Russia.
- challenge and hindrance stressor
- emotional exhaustion
- job demands-resource model
LIN, L., SIU, O. L., SHI, K., & BAI, X. (2009). Challenge and hindrance job demands, job resource, and their relationships with vigor and emotional exhaustion. In 2009 International Conference on Management Science and Engineering - 16th Annual Conference Proceedings (pp. 1098-1106). IEEE. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICMSE.2009.5318129