He also outlines ways to recognize shift work disorders in primary care and management approaches for patients with the condition.
This journal is useful in the determination of burdens involved with shift work and disorders that result from this. It is based on actual facts gathered form adults involved in shift work from various parts of the world.
In this journal, Saks studies the precedents and effects of employee engagement. This journal is based on the Professor’s research; Saks conducted a survey on a number of employees working in diverse jobs and organizations.
This journal is based on a study by Khan to explore conditions in which people personally engage or disengage in at work. Khan identified meaningfulness, safety, and availability as the psychological conditions that influence people’s behaviors at work.
Results are based on factual qualitative data gathered from summer camp counselors and members of an architectural firm. Khan associates the three psychological conditions to contemporary theoretical concepts.
Schaufeli, W.B., Salanova, M., Gonzalez-Roma, V. and Baker, A.B. (2002). The measurement of engagement and burnout: a confirmatory factor analytic approach, Journal of Happiness Studies. Vol 3, pp. 71-92.
This journal is based on an examination conducted to determine the measure of engagement and burnout on a sample of university students and employees. The Maslach-Burnout Inventory-General Survey and connection between engagement and burnout are analyzed.
In this annual review of psychology, Malsach, Schaufeli, and Leiter evaluate job burnout and its causes. They identify exhaustion, cynicism and a sense of inefficacy as the three dimensions defining job burnout. They also urge on the need for development and evaluation of more efficient interventions for job burnout.
Research on burnout and its relationship with work is useful in contributing to the