METICULOUS INQUEST OF INTERPLAY AMONG WORK ENGAGEMENT, EMOTIONAL EXHAUSTION AND TURNOVER INTENTIONS
Keywords:Work Engagement, Mediation, Emotional Exhaustion, Turnover Intentions.
Work engagement has produced a lot of enthusiasm and significance in the research fields predominantly in organization behavior and now a day’s generally utilized trend for organizational consultants’ particularly as sound confirmation indicates a productive and profitable source of employee engagement. Work engagement has been described as a particular and exceptional phenomenon that comprises of cognitions, emotional capability, and routine behavioral factors related with employee performances. Work engagement play an important role in organization and engaged workers regularly show a profound, positive passionate association with their duty and are probably going to show consideration and psychological retention in their tasks. Even though, engaged staff members are reliably more profitable, beneficial, more secure, more advantageous, and more reluctant and unenthusiastic to leave their organizations, worldwide just 30% of employees are assessed who remain engaged with their work. Regardless, in spite of proceeded with confirmation of linkages to affirmative business results, employee work engagement is decreasing. As the main objectives of this study is to find out the mediating role work engagement between emotional exhaustion and turnover intentions among the employees working in public sector universities. An attempt was made to construct a model which measured the mediating effects work engagement between emotional exhaustion and turnover intentions. A sample of (n=316) respondents was collected from the employees’ public sector universities working in Malakand division. Demographic variables and other relevant was analyzed through SPSS (22) and structure equation model SEM was used to find out the effects of work engagement as mediating variable was measured by AMOS. Work engagement was measured as mediating variable between emotional exhaustion and turnover intentions. Adopted and standard instruments of reputable consultants were used for each variable accordingly. The overall mediation process was measured according to Barron and Kenny (1986) four steps methodology. The indirect results shows that negative and significant relationships were exist among emotional exhaustion and work engagement and work engagement and significant but negative association between work engagements and employee turnover intentions. Generally, as clear from results that work engagement as a whole plays a partial mediating role between emotional exhaustion and turnover intentions supported by statistically and theoretically.
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