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A Critical Review of the Job Demands-Resources Model: Implications for Improving Work and Health
The Job Demands-Resources model (JD-R model) became highly popular among researchers. The current version of the model proposes that high job demands lead to strain and health impairment (the healthExpand
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Work-home interaction from a work psychological perspective: Development and validation of a new questionnaire, the SWING
Abstract This paper reports on the stepwise development of a new questionnaire for measuring work-home interaction, i.e. the Survey Work-home Interaction—NijmeGen, the SWING). Inspired by insightsExpand
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"The very best of the millennium": longitudinal research and the demand-control-(support) model.
This study addressed the methodological quality of longitudinal research examining R. Karasek and T. Theorell's (1990) demand-control-(support) model and reviewed the results of the best of thisExpand
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Workaholism, Burnout, and Work Engagement: Three of a Kind or Three Different Kinds of Employee Well‐being?
The present study investigated in a sample of 587 telecom managers whether workaholism, burnout, and work engagement—the supposed antipode of burnout—can be distinguished empirically. These threeExpand
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A multigroup analysis of the job demands-resources model in four home care organizations
The job demands-resources (JD-R) model was tested in a study among 3,092 employees working in 1 of 4 different home care organizations. The central assumption in the model is that burnout developsExpand
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Being Driven to Work Excessively Hard
Based on a conceptual analysis, a two-dimensional self-report questionnaire for assessing workaholism (work addiction) is proposed, including (1) working excessively hard and (2) workingExpand
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When do job demands particularly predict burnout?: The moderating role of job resources
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to focus on home care organization employees, and examine how the interaction between job demands (emotional demands, patient harassment, workload, and physicalExpand
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The structure of occupational well-being: A study among Dutch teachers
This study examined the structure of occupational well-being among 1,252 Dutch teachers. Building on Warr (1994) and Ryff (1989), a multidimensional model for occupational well-being (includingExpand
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Do we recover from vacation? Meta-analysis of vacation effects on health and well-being.
OBJECTIVES The aim of this meta-analysis is to investigate to what extent vacation has positive effects on health and well-being, how long such effects endure after work resumption, and how specificExpand
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