Do Demographic Variables Moderate the Relationship Between Job Burnout and its Consequences?

Hasan Matin, Nader Sayyed Kalali, Mohammad Reza, Akhavan Anvari
2012 Iranian Journal of Management Studies (IJMS)   unpublished
Many studies have already been conducted to understand the various dimensions of the burnout. The purpose of the present research is to investigate the moderating effect of demographic variables on the relationship between job burnout and its consequences among the staff of an Iranian public sector company. In this research, job burnout is considered as independent variable; organizational commitment, intention to leave and the employees" job satisfaction are dependent variables; and the age,
more » ... les; and the age, gender, marital status and educational level are moderating variables. The results of this study show that firstly, the job burnout of employees in organizations leads to the decrease of organizational commitment and job satisfaction, and the increase of intention to leave; secondly, the demographic variables in this research don't affect on the relationship of job burnout with its consequences.
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