SAFETY AT WORK

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SAFETY AT WORK : A META-ANALYTIC INVESTIGATION OF THE LINK BETWEEN JOB DEMANDS, JOB RESOURCES, BURNOUT, ENGAGEMENT, AND SAFETY OUTCOMES

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SAFETY AT WORK

  1. 1. Human Capital Management JOURNAL ARTICLE PRESENTATION : SAFETY AT WORK : A META-ANALYTIC INVESTIGATION OF THE LINK BETWEEN JOB DEMANDS, JOB RESOURCES, BURNOUT, ENGAGEMENT, AND SAFETY OUTCOMES By Jennifer D. Nahrgang, David A. Hofmann and Frederick P. Morgeson Alireza Khosroyar
  2. 2. SAFETY AND HEALTH PRESENTATION OUTLINE • Introduction & Theoretical Background • Research Results & Findings • Practical Managerial Implications • Subject/Case Study : ???? CSGB 6101 - Human Capital Management
  3. 3. SAFETY AND HEALTH INTRODUCTION & THEORETICAL BACKGROUND Job Demands Job Resources Increase Physiological & Psychological Costs Reduce Physiological & Psychological Costs Workplace Safety Incidents Increase Engagement & Performance Economic Losses : Up to 5% of GDP (WHO, 2008) CSGB 6101 - Human Capital Management
  4. 4. SAFETY AND HEALTH INTRODUCTION & THEORETICAL BACKGROUND The JD-R model Job Demands (Bakker & Demerouti, 2007; Demerouti et al., 2001) + ● Risks & Hazards ● Physical Demands ● Complexity Job Resources ● Knowledge ● Autonomy ● Supportive Environ. -- Social Support -- Leadership -- Safety Climate Burnout + Health Impairment process - Engagement + - Safety Outcomes ● Accidents & Injuries ● Adverse Events ● Unsafe Behavior ● Engagement ● Compliance ● Satisfaction Motivational process CSGB 6101 - Human Capital Management
  5. 5. SAFETY AND HEALTH INTRODUCTION & THEORETICAL BACKGROUND Hypothesis 1 : Job Demands are positively related to burnout Hypothesis 2 : Job Demands are negatively related to engagement CSGB 6101 - Human Capital Management
  6. 6. SAFETY AND HEALTH INTRODUCTION & THEORETICAL BACKGROUND Hypothesis 3 : Job Resources are positively related to engagement Hypothesis 4 : Job Resources are negatively related to burnout CSGB 6101 - Human Capital Management
  7. 7. SAFETY AND HEALTH INTRODUCTION & THEORETICAL BACKGROUND Hypothesis 5 : Burnout is positively related to Safety Outcomes Hypothesis 6 : Engagement is negatively related to Safety Outcomes CSGB 6101 - Human Capital Management
  8. 8. SAFETY AND HEALTH INTRODUCTION & THEORETICAL BACKGROUND Hypothesis 7 : Burnout mediates the relationship between (a) Job Demands and (b) Job Resources and Safety Outcomes Hypothesis 8 : Engagement mediates the relationship between (a) Job Demands and (b) Job Resources and Safety Outcomes CSGB 6101 - Human Capital Management
  9. 9. SAFETY AND HEALTH RESULTS & FINDINGS CSGB 6101 - Human Capital Management
  10. 10. SAFETY AND HEALTH RESULTS & FINDINGS CSGB 6101 - Human Capital Management

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