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How the need for “leisure benefit systems” as a “resource passageways” moderates the effect of work-leisure conflict on job burnout and intention to leave: A study in the hotel industry in Quebec [r-libre/1367]

Mansour, Sari et Tremblay, Diane-Gabrielle (2016). How the need for “leisure benefit systems” as a “resource passageways” moderates the effect of work-leisure conflict on job burnout and intention to leave: A study in the hotel industry in Quebec. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management, 27, 4-11. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhtm.2016.02.002

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Résumé : Based on a conceptual framework and a survey of 258 persons in the hotel industry in Quebec, this study examines how work-leisure conflict contributes in increasing job burnout and intention to leave. Also, it examines the moderating role of “leisure benefit systems” on the effect of WLC on burnout and intention to leave. Using SEM and critical ratios for differences between groups, the results indicate that WLC has a positive effect on burnout and intention to leave. Moreover, our study reveals perception of need for subsidized recreation and extended vacations time moderates and increases the effect of WLC on depersonalization. Implementing practices such as flexibility in working hours, as well as leisure benefits could help employees to balance work and leisure.
Adresse de la version officielle : http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhtm.2016.02.002
Déposant: Mansour, Sari
Responsable : Sari Mansour
Dépôt : 19 janv. 2018 15:06
Dernière modification : 19 janv. 2018 15:06

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