Role of Psychological Capital and Burnout; The Relationship with Quality of Work -Life
Purpose: Since there is an immediate connection between the executives and the nature of work-life, presenting new life to its staff through working on the character of work-life is the way to develop any institution. This study is to know the interrelationships of psychological capital, burnout, and quality of work-life.
Methods: The proposed research model on interrelationships is verified with a sample of 302 faculty members of arts and science colleges in Kerala. The conceptual framework was framed and hypotheses were constructed.
Findings: The results suggest that psychological capital is positively and significantly related to the quality of work-life and is positively related to employees’ burnout. Burnout is positively and significantly related to the quality of work-life. Organizational ownership characteristics moderate the impacts of psychological capital on burnout and those of burnout on employees’ quality of work-life as well.
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