The purpose of this paper is to assess the impact of the interaction effect of work conditions including work overload, emotional demands, social support and self-development opportunities on work engagement within the framework of the job demands-resource model. A total of 481 registered nurses in Uruguay participated in this study. A series of multiple structural equations modelling analyses were used to examine the interaction hypotheses and their effect on work engagement.

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Gabel Shemueli, Rechel; Dolan, Simon; Suárez Ceretti, Adriana

Work conditions and engagement among nurses in Uruguay

01/2017
itemDefault The purpose of this paper is to assess the impact of the interaction effect of work conditions including work overload, emotional demands, social support and self-development opportunities on work engagement within the framework of the job demands-resource model. A total of 481 registered nurses in Uruguay participated in this study. A series of multiple structural equations modelling analyses were used to examine the interaction hypotheses and their effect on work engagement.
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Work conditions and engagement among nurses in Uruguay
Gabel Shemueli, Rechel; Dolan, Simon; Suárez Ceretti, Adriana
Academia: Revista Latinoamericana de Administración
Vol. 30, nº 1, 01/2017, p. 1 - 15

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