Workplace bullying and burnout: the moderating effects of social support
AffiliationUniversity of Bedfordshire
SubjectsBullying and burnout
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AbstractThis study aims to investigate the moderating effects of social support on the link between workplace bullying and burnout. This correlational study includes 222 employees recruited from various industry sectors. Participants completed the Revised Negative Acts Questionnaire, the Maslach Burnout Inventory, and the Social Support Scale. Colleague and supervisor support moderated the relationship between both work- and person-related bullying with burnout, whereas family and senior management support moderated the links between burnout and person-related and physically intimidating bullying, respectively. High levels of emotional support were associated with greater emotional exhaustion in work-related and overall bullying. Different forms of social support moderated the links between different forms of workplace bullying and different components of burnout. The present findings may inform anti-bullying prevention programs and interventions supporting bullying victims.
CitationRossiter L, Sochos A (2018) 'Workplace bullying and burnout: the moderating effects of social support', Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma, 27 (4), pp.386-408.
PublisherTaylor and Francis
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