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The job demands-resources model: A meta-analytic review of longitudinal studies

Available Online https://doi.org/10.1080/02678373.2018.1529065
Publication Date October 2018
Author Tino Lesener, Burkhard Gusy, and Christine Wolter
Source Work and Stress
Source Type Journal Article
Summary

This article provides a meta-analytic synthesis of longitudinal studies leveraging the job-demands-resources (JD-R) model. The study finds support for the JD-R model, with high quality studies and models with reciprocal assumptions between job characteristics and well-being returning superior fit indices. The article concludes that the JD-R model successfully generalizes to a broad array of organizations, though greater clarity is needed to better understand reciprocal relationships and differential relationships between challenging and hindering job demands with wellbeing and engagement.

Keywords Engagement, burnout, demands, resources, meta-analytic review, employee well-being
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Lesener, T., Gusy, B., & Wolter, C. (2018). The job demands-resources model: A meta-analytic review of longitudinal studies. Work and Stress, 1-28. doi: 10.1080/02678373.2018.1529065

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