Global Journal of Economics and Business

Volume 10 - Issue 3 (5) | PP: 551 - 567 Language : العربية
DOI : https://doi.org/10.31559/GJEB2021.10.3.5
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Job engagement and its relationship to job burnout - among faculty members at King Khalid University

Amina Mohamed Soliman Hussein
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
15/3/2021 13/4/2021 19/4/2021 2/7/2021
Abstract
The research aims to identify the level of job immersion and the level of job burnout, and the relationship between them in application to faculty members at King Khalid University, according to different variables (gender, administrative tasks, duration of work within the university). The research problem dealt with describing the relationship between job immersion and job burnout among faculty members at King Khalid University according to different variables (gender, administrative tasks, work duration within the university). The two tools of the study, which are the Occupational Engagement Scale and the Occupational Burnout Scale, were applied to a 99 sample of (138) faculty members who were selected by the stratified randomized method. The researcher used the descriptive analytical approach. The study found that there is a statistically significant correlation of 24.4% at a 0.05 level of significance between behavioral functional immersion and job burnout. There is a statistically significant correlation of 12.9% at a 0.05 level of significance between emotional job engulfing and job burnout, there is a statistically significant correlation of 44.9% at a 0.05 significance level between cognitive job immersion and job burnout. The study recommended work to develop and enhance career immersion among faculty members by identifying jobs and responsibilities. Reducing the level of job burnout by reducing the size of the burdens required to be performed and accurately identifying them, providing adequate appreciation for what the faculty member is doing, increasing the material and moral support to solve problems, enhancing the position facing the faculty member, developing psychological and social support programs for faculty members in order to reduce the level of Occupational burnout, the concern of senior management for the interests, rights and needs of faculty members, the interest of senior management in raising the morale of faculty members.


How To Cite This Article
Hussein , A. M. S. (2021). Job engagement and its relationship to job burnout - among faculty members at King Khalid University . Global Journal of Economics and Business, 10 (3), 551-567, https://doi.org/10.31559/GJEB2021.10.3.5

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