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  • logistic
  • The study applied Multinomial Logistic Regression (MLR) model which is one of the important methods for categorical data analysis experimented with ten well practiced HR issues namely job design, flexi-schedule, working conditions, performance appraisal, remuneration, job security, T & D, workforce planning, stress management and employee well-being. (pbr.co.in)
  • To assess the significantly associated factors on job satisfaction of the healthcare staff in Guangdong, a binary logistic regression model was used. (bmj.com)
  • 1998
  • De Rijk AE, Blanc PML, Schaufeli WB, Jonge J (1998) Active coping and need for control as moderators of the job demand-control model: effects on burnout. (dergipark.org.tr)
  • stress
  • The purpose of this study was to provide a model of work-family conflict theory and occupational accidents by taking into account important parameters such as job stress in one of the optical fiber transmission line projects. (jjhsci.com)
  • The 4-part questionnaire, including demographic questions, 18 questions regarding work-family conflict, 15 questions regarding job stress, and 39 questions regarding occupational accident were completed by the subjects. (jjhsci.com)
  • The reduction of work-family conflict, as a social indicator, which is a prerequisite for stress occurrence, can be effective in reducing the rate of occupational accidents, and the management system of organization can improve the safety level of the employees through optimal management of this important factor. (jjhsci.com)
  • Some of these risk factors are: Stress, work-family conflict, work-job rewards, and job imbalance ( 2 ). (jjhsci.com)
  • Thirty-one percent of adults experience stress as a result of managing work and family responsibilities and 35% cite jobs interfering with their family or personal time as a significant source of stress (American Psychological Association, 2007). (apaexcellence.org)
  • Measures to enhance job satisfaction include the reduction of workload, increase of welfare, maintaining moderate stress and balancing work-family conflict. (bmj.com)
  • Practices
  • The study is intended to understand the influences of perceived HR practices of globalised Indian insurance companies on work family conflict and employee engagement. (pbr.co.in)
  • The conclusion from the study is based on Indian and western literature also through empirical evidence that perceived HR practices are quite impressive for employee engagement but consequential outcome on family domain seems quite dark. (pbr.co.in)
  • The study found that four out of ten select HR practices namely job design, flexi schedules, compensation and training and development does not have any impact on work family conflict and to be considered as finest HR indicators. (pbr.co.in)
  • examine
  • Using two waves of data from a national survey of working Americans (N = 1,122), we examine the associations among economic hardship, negative life events, and psychological distress in the context of the family-work interface. (cdc.gov)
  • 1999
  • It is important to note that part of the challenge we face as professionals is that our fuller understanding of how families can come together to provide care for people with dementia has been limited by our often singular focus on the "primary" caregiver, which excludes the contributions of other active family members, who are most often described through "support" nomenclature (Lieberman & Fisher, 1999). (socialworktoday.com)
  • Social workers know we can reduce the family care burden by increasing social support from family and friends and by broadening the ownership of care responsibilities among family members, whether geographically near or far away (Fetsch, Zimmerman, & Barber, 1999). (socialworktoday.com)
  • responsibilities
  • Fifty-two percent of employees say that job demands interfere with family or home responsibilities, while 43% say that home and family responsibilities interfere with job performance (American Psychological Association, 2007). (apaexcellence.org)
  • For example, a measure of "job spillover" evaluated the extent to which employment obligations interfered with home responsibilities or time spent with family, while "home spillover" evaluated the extent to which home life interfered with work responsibilities and time ideally spent on the job. (cdc.gov)
  • demands
  • The job-demands resources model of burnout. (scielo.org.za)
  • Measures of psychological job demands and decision latitude at work were nonsignficant in the model. (cdc.gov)
  • Thus, this is one of the first studies to show that family eldercare demands can explain the interindividual crossover of family-to-work conflict between partners at the week level and this can spill over intraindividually to impact time theft at work. (springerprofessional.de)
  • When the literature is examined, it is seen that the approaches to the concept of school burnout in the theoretical sense are mostly conserva-tion of resources theory, demands-resources model, social cognitive theory, existential perspective and developmental process model. (dergipark.org.tr)
  • Bakker AB, Demerouti E (2007) The job demands-resources model: state of the art. (dergipark.org.tr)
  • Bakker AB, Demerouti E, Verbeke W (2004) Using the job demandsā€resources model to predict burnout and performance. (dergipark.org.tr)
  • time
  • Eighty-three percent of employees report going to work even while sick, citing heavy workload, need to conserve time off to meet family needs, and a work environment where taking time off is "risky" as their rationale (ComPsych Corporation, 2007). (apaexcellence.org)
  • Thirty-seven percent of working fathers say they would leave their jobs if their spouse/partner could financially support the family and another 38% would take a cut in pay to spend more time with their children (CareerBuilder.com, 2007). (apaexcellence.org)
  • This paper aims to extend UTAUT model by adding learning-family conflict, perceived control over time and task-fit technology factors to investigate urban-rural high school students' acceptance of VBI in flipped learning approach. (ed.gov)
  • Surprisingly, the t-test analysis indicated significant differences between groups, suggesting that students in the rural schools have low learning-family conflict, high perceived control over time, and high intention to use VBI than urban students. (ed.gov)
  • dynamics
  • Unfortunately, the Harper family dynamics are not unique, particularly when it comes to caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's disease or dementia. (socialworktoday.com)