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The Moderating Role of Psychological Adaptation on the Relationships between Job Mismatch, Job Burnout and Work Engagement for international professionals

Zhao, Yang LU (2016) PSYP01 20161
Department of Psychology
Abstract
Expatriate job burnout and work engagement are not widely studied despite their importance in the global labor market. Using a self-reported online questionnaire, the present study investigated the relationship between job burnout, job mismatch and work engagement in relation to psychological adaptation for international professionals (N = 63) working in Sweden. The results showed that psychological adaptation moderated the relationships between community and workload mismatch and burnout, and the relationships between community, workload, reward and fairness mismatch and work engagement. However, the expected group differences between newly arrived and seasoned employees were not found.
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author
Zhao, Yang LU
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PSYP01 20161
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H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
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keywords
job burnout, expatriate burnout, job mismatch, work engagement, psychological adaptation, residence length
language
English
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8880869
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2016-06-14 12:21:55
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@misc{8880869,
  abstract     = {Expatriate job burnout and work engagement are not widely studied despite their importance in the global labor market. Using a self-reported online questionnaire, the present study investigated the relationship between job burnout, job mismatch and work engagement in relation to psychological adaptation for international professionals (N = 63) working in Sweden. The results showed that psychological adaptation moderated the relationships between community and workload mismatch and burnout, and the relationships between community, workload, reward and fairness mismatch and work engagement. However, the expected group differences between newly arrived and seasoned employees were not found.},
  author       = {Zhao, Yang},
  keyword      = {job burnout,expatriate burnout,job mismatch,work engagement,psychological adaptation,residence length},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {The Moderating Role of Psychological Adaptation on the Relationships between Job Mismatch, Job Burnout and Work Engagement for international professionals},
  year         = {2016},
}