Título From Corporate Social Responsibility to Employee Well-Being: Navigating the Pathway to Sustainable Healthcare
Autores Ahmad, Naveed , Ullah, Zia , Ryu, Hyungseo Bobby , ARIZA MONTES, JOSÉ ANTONIO, Han, Heesup
Publicación externa No
Medio Psychol. Res. Behav. Manage.
Alcance Article
Naturaleza Científica
Cuartil JCR 1
Cuartil SJR 1
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Fecha de publicacion 01/04/2023
ISI 000967470900001
Scopus Id 2-s2.0-85153888108
DOI 10.2147/PRBM.S398586
Abstract Purpose: Despite extensive research on the impact of corporate social responsibility (CSR) on employee outcomes, only limited research has been conducted to investigate the impact of CSR on healthcare employees\' burnout (BUO). Additionally, the underlying mechanism by which CSR may reduce BUO has not been fully understood. In order to fill these gaps, we explored the relationship between CSR and BUO, as well as the possible mediating effects of subjective wellbeing (SW) and compassion (CM). Also, employee admiration (AM) was examined as a moderating factor.Methods: The study utilized a questionnaire to collect data, which was distributed using the paper-pencil method. A total of 335 healthcare employees, including nurses, doctors, paramedics, and general administration, participated in the study. Specifically, we focused on the healthcare segment of Pakistan. A survey was conducted to assess participants\' perceptions of CSR practices, BUO, AM, SW, and CM within their organizations. The questionnaire consisted of several standardized scales validated in previous research.Results: We investigated the relationship between CSR and BUO using the AMOS software. BUO was negatively associated with CSR, suggesting that organizations with strong CSR practices may be able to reduce employee burnout. Moreover, the relationship between CSR and BUO was mediated by both subjective wellbeing (SW) and compassion (CM), revealing how CSR may impact employee burnout. Furthermore, we found that employee admiration (AM) buffered the relationship between CSR and BUO.Findings: BUO is a growing concern among healthcare professionals and has the potential to negatively impact the quality of patient care, staff morale, and, ultimately, the success of healthcare organizations. BUO in healthcare settings can be effectively addressed by implementing CSR strategies. Effective CSR strategies should be implemented in a meaningful way to employees and provide them with opportunities to engage in activities that align with their values and interests.
Palabras clave mental health; wellbeing; burnout; healthcare; CSR
Miembros de la Universidad Loyola

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