INFLUENCE OF PERSONAL ORGANIZATIONAL FIT ON AFFECTIVE COMMITMENT AND MEDIATING ROLE OF EMOTIONAL EXHAUSTED AND PROFESSIONAL INEFFICACY AMONG NURSES AT LUWU TIMUR REGENCY.

Publication Date : 01/09/2017


Author(s) :

EKAFADLY JUSUF, MUHAMMAD ASDAR, NURDJANNAH HAMID, NURDJANNAH HAMID.


Volume/Issue :
Volume 2
,
Issue 3
(09 - 2017)



Abstract :

Nursing research in relation to emotional experience suggests that inadequate Personal Organisational Fit (POF) may be very substantial in understanding burnout rates. Burnout is a reaction that comes after a prolonged period of stress in the workplace. Most burnout studies indicate three components related to such emotional experience viz., exhaustion, depersonalization, and personal negative attainment. The employee may engage into dysfunctional behaviour if they cannot control the effect of such exhaustion. A study was conducted to analyze the effect of personal organizational fit on affective commitment. To arrive at the theoretical explanation study followed the theory of burnout. This research is quantitative research with survey data collecting method with questionnaire instrument, and descriptive and inferential data analysis method with inferential method includes ANOVA method and structural equation modeling. Results found that POF has a significant negative effect on inefficacy. POF has a significant negative effect on emotional exhaustion. While POF does not have significant effect on affective commitment in this research. Another result reports that inefficacy does not affect affective commitment and emotional exhaustion has insignificant effect on affective commitment.


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