Maureen F. Dollard

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Psychosocial Safety Climate, Work Conditions, and Emotions in the Workplace: A Malaysian Population-Based Work Stress Study Mohd Awang Idris University of South Australia and University of Malaya Maureen F. Dollard University of South Australia For this study, we integrated the psychosocial safety climate (PSC) with the job demands and resources (JD-R; Bakker & Demerouti, 2007) framework to examine the impact of both job demands and job resources at work on employee depression, anger, and engagement. PSC refers to a climate for the protection of employee psychological health and safety. As PSC theoretically influences the workingRead More
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Psychosocial safety climate, emotional demands,burnout and depression: A longitudinal multilevel study in the Malaysian private sector Dr. Mohd Awang B Idris Maureen F Dollard Yulita This multilevel longitudinal study investigates a newly identified climate construct, psychosocial safety climate (PSC), as a precursor to job characteristics (e.g. emotional demands), and psychological outcomes (i.e., emotional exhaustion and depression). We argued that PSC, as an organizational climate construct has cross-level effects on individually perceived job design and psychological outcomes. We hypothesized a mediation process between PSC and emotional exhaustion particularly through emotional demands.Read More
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