Relationships Among Stressors, Work-Family Conflict, and Emotional Exhaustion: A Study of Electronics Industry Employees in China
Abstract:In this study we examined the relationships among job stress, role stress, work-family conflict, and emotional exhaustion among electronics industry employees in China. Empirical data was gained from 466 questionnaires. Factor analysis and regression analysis were employed. It was found that job stress and role stress have a significant effect on emotional exhaustion, and that work-family conflict has a positive effect on emotional exhaustion. We determined that there is a need for human resource management staff in the industry to establish and strengthen a scheme of organizational support that extends to the families of employees.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: July 1, 2010
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