SA Journal of Industrial Psychology

Articles from Vol. 37, No. 2, 2011

Integrating Psychosocial Safety Climate in the JD-R Model: A Study Amongst Malaysian Workers
IntroductionThe aim of this research was to examine empirically a theoretical model of psychosocial safety climate (PSC). This emerging construct is defined as the 'policies, practices and procedures for the protection of worker psychological health...
Job Demands and Resources and Their Associations with Early Retirement Intentions through Recovery Need and Work Enjoyment
IntroductionIn most developed countries (e.g. UK, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Canada), the official age of retirement is 65. However, the actual retirement age is well below this age (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development [OECD], 2009)....
The Associations of Humorous Coping Styles, Affective States, Job Demands and Job Control with the Frequency of Upper Respiratory Tract Infection
IntroductionUpper respiratory tract infections (URTI) like the common cold and influenza are not only associated with procedures aimed at an increase of bodily hygiene - several studies have shown that psychological processes may also influence the risk...
The Job Demands-Resources Model as Predictor of Work Identity and Work Engagement: A Comparative Analysis
IntroductionDedicated employees are usually enthusiastic, inspired and have a strong identification towards their work. Such employees are regarded as being highly engaged in what they do. Dedication is regarded as one dimension of work engagement, alongside...
The Job Demands-Resources Model: Challenges for Future Research
IntroductionThe Job Demands-Resources (JD-R) model is a theoretical framework that tries to integrate two fairly independent research traditions: the stress research tradition and the motivation research tradition. According to the JD-R model, job demands...
The Job Demands-Resources Model: Further Evidence for the Buffering Effect of Personal Resources
IntroductionDuring the past decades, many studies have shown that certain job demands - the most common type being the stressors pertaining to one's roles (Lambert, Hogan, Paoline, & Clarke, 2005) - can have a profound influence on employee well-being...
Workplace Bullying: A Perspective from the Job Demands-Resources Model
IntroductionRecently, an exponential increase of publications has focussed on the Job Demands-Resources model (JD-R model; Bakker & Demerouti, 2007). The JD-R model examines the impact of job characteristics (i.e. job demands and job resources) on...
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