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Journal of Management Research and Analysis

Impact of job demands & resources on burnout and engagement of railway employees in Mysore division

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Author Details : Raghavendra P. Kumar, V. Murugaiah

Volume : 5, Issue : 2, Year : 2018

Article Page : 194-202

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The primary objective of this study is to investigate the relationship between job demands with burnout and job resources with engagement. Primary data collected through face to face interaction by providing the structured questionnaire with five-point Likert scale is considered for rating. Secondary data obtained from journals, magazines, and internet. Overall 120 sample respondents chosen for the study. Group C and Group D employees are the targeted samples of the study.
Data is analyzed systematically by the correlation matrix and T-test of significance, the Correlation and pattern are calculated with the help of SPSS (22nd Version); T-test of relevance is calculated by using SmartPLS.
In this research paper, the findings are distinctive and integrated. JD-R model investigation shows there is a healthy relationship between the Job resource and engagement.
Researchers have found job demands are the causes of employees exhaust and cynicism, whereas the increase in the job resources of the organization will play a significant role in bringing the positive attitude of the employees. Physical and emotional demands are the critical factors affecting the employees. The JD-R model is a framework that can be used for Indian railways to reduce the job demands and increase the job resources, simultaneously to improve the personality of the employees and get the desired outcome.

Keywords: Job demands, Job resources, Burnout, Engagement, Employees, and Organization

Doi : 10.18231/2394-2770.2018.0030

How to cite : Kumar R P, Murugaiah V, Impact of job demands & resources on burnout and engagement of railway employees in Mysore division. J Manag Res Anal 2018;5(2):194-202

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