Título Internal Corporate Social Responsibility and Employee Burnout: An Employee Management Perspective from the Healthcare Sector
Autores Liu Y. , Cherian J. , Ahmad N. , Han H. , DE VICENTE LAMA, MARTA, ARIZA MONTES, JOSÉ ANTONIO
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 01/02/2023
ISI 000927502700001
Scopus Id 2-s2.0-85147699678
DOI 10.2147/PRBM.S388207
Abstract Purpose: The issue of burnout has been identified as one of the most pressing challenges in organizational management, impacting the ability of an organization to succeed as well as employee productivity. In the healthcare industry, burnout is particularly prevalent. Burnout has received increasing attention from scholars, and different models have also been proposed to address this issue. However, burnout is on the rise in healthcare, especially in developing countries, indicating the need for more research on how to mitigate burnout. Research indicates that internal corporate social responsibility (ICSR) has a significant impact on employee behavior. However, little attention has been paid to exploring how ICSR might effectively reduce healthcare burnout. This study aims to investigate how ICSR and employee burnout are related in the healthcare sector of a developing country. In addition, we tested how subjective well-being and resilience mediate and moderate the effect of ICSR on employee burnout. Methods: Data were collected from 402 healthcare employees working in different hospitals in Pakistan. In our study, we used a self-administered questionnaire as a data collection instrument. We have adapted the items in this survey from reliable and already published sources. Data collection was carried out in three waves. Results: Hypotheses were evaluated using structural equation modeling (SEM). Software such as IBM-SPSS and AMOS were used for this purpose. ICSR significantly reduces healthcare employees’ burnout, according to the results of the structural analysis. The relationship between ICSR and burnout was also found to be mediated by subjective well-being, and resilience moderated the relationship between ICSR and subjective well-being. Findings: In light of our findings, hospitals can take some important steps to resolve the problem of burnout. The study specifically stresses the importance of ICSR as a contextual organizational resource for preventing burnout among healthcare employees. © 2023 Liu et al.
Palabras clave burnout; healthcare; internal corporate social responsibility; resilience; subjective well-being
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