Impact of Telework on Exhaustion and Job Engagement: A Job Demands and Job Resources Model

@article{Sardeshmukh2012ImpactOT,
  title={Impact of Telework on Exhaustion and Job Engagement: A Job Demands and Job Resources Model},
  author={Shruti R. Sardeshmukh and Dheeraj Sharma and T. Golden},
  journal={ORG: Other Human Resource Management & Organizational Behavior (Topic)},
  year={2012}
}
Teleworking, the increasingly common practice, which involves working away from the office using technology, entails changes in the experience of work. Such changes may influence the demands and resources associated with a job. While research on burnout has addressed the role of exhaustion and job engagement using the Job Demands‐Resources model, existing literature has focused on traditional work modes. This paper explores the effects on job demands and resources to understand the processes… Expand
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