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Volume 17, Issue 71 (1-2019)                   علوم روانشناختی 2019, 17(71): 783-792 | Back to browse issues page

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Ahangarzadeh Z, Rafiepoor A, moslemi M, Heydari M, Nouri Neyestanak A. The effectiveness of taking multifaceted to stress management in workaholism and burnout of employees in a pharmaceutical company . علوم روانشناختی. 2019; 17 (71) :783-792
URL: http://psychologicalscience.ir/article-1-193-en.html
Payam Noor university, West Tehran Branch
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Background: Research shows that occupational stresses lead to burnout and workaholism in the long run. That is why occupational environments and working conditions are the focus of attention today in order to maintain employee and well-being. So does taking a multifaceted approach to stress management affect employees' workaholism and burnout? Aims: The current research was carried out with the aim of investigating the effectiveness of taking LEARN multifaceted to stress management (Barlow et al. 2001) in the workaholism and burnout of employees in a pharmaceutical company in Tehran. Method: research method was a quasi-experimental design (pre-test and post-test with a control group), where 30 employees were randomly assigned into two groups of experimental (N=15) and control (N=15). The multifaceted stress management program was conducted during 18 weekly 90-minute sessions and the subjects answered workaholism Scale WART(Robinson, 1999) and burnout MBI (Maslach, 1981). Results: The results of single-variant covariance analysis indicated that the program had a significant effect on workaholism (P<0.0.1) and burnout (P<0.01). Conclusions: This suggests that the employees who had participated in the multifaceted stress management program gained better scores in the final exam in terms of the variables related to workaholism (compulsive tendencies, control, self-absorption, inability to delegate and impaired self-worth) and reduction in their burnout.
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Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: Special
Received: 2019/07/16 | Accepted: 2019/08/7 | Published: 2019/01/15

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