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Work and nonwork predictors of employees' retirement ages.
Abstract In a study of the likely causes of retirement decisions, 197 older employees of a state government and their spouses were surveyed as they were getting ready to retire. Data also wereExpand
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Consistency of implications of three role stressors across four countries
Summary Relationships between role stressors (ambiguity, overload, and conflict), anxiety, commitment (affective and continuance), and turnover intention were examined. These variables were measuredExpand
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Individualism-collectivism as Descriptive Norms
The development and validation of a new instrument for measuring the descriptive norms related to individualism-collectivism (IC) is presented. IC is conceptualized as a group- specificExpand
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Social support across cultures
Abstract This study investigates subjective perceptions of supervisor emotional support and co-worker instrumental support among 15,606 employees located within five geographic and/or social regionsExpand
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The enigma of social support and occupational stress: source congruence and gender role effects.
Research on the potential ameliorating effects of social support on occupational stress produces weak, inconsistent, and even contradictory results. This study of 117 employees, mostly from aExpand
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Organizational Role Stress
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Six of One, Half a Dozen of the Other: Problems With Working Fixed and Rotating Shifts
This study examined the relationship between shift patterns and role stressors and strains, as well as the extent to which situational variables and individual variables mediate the relationshipExpand
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Sources of occupational stress among nurses in five countries
Abstract Content analysis on nurses’ perception about the nature of occupational stress was performed in this study to identify emic and etic experiences of occupational stress. Nurses from Hungary,Expand
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