Developing a workplace resilience instrument.

  title={Developing a workplace resilience instrument.},
  author={Larry A. Mallak and Mustafa Yildiz},
  volume={54 2},
BACKGROUND Resilience benefits from the use of protective factors, as opposed to risk factors, which are associated with vulnerability. Considerable research and instrument development has been conducted in clinical settings for patients. The need existed for an instrument to be developed in a workplace setting to measure resilience of employees. OBJECTIVE This study developed and tested a resilience instrument for employees in the workplace. PARTICIPANTS AND METHODS The research instrument… CONTINUE READING

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