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ArtikelAn Experimental Evaluation of A Control Intervention to Alleviate Job-Related Stress  
Oleh: Ganster, Daniel C. ; Logan, Mary S.
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: JOM: Journal of Management vol. 31 no. 1 (Feb. 2005), page 90-107.
Topik: INTERVENTION; job control; stress; social support; well - being; job satisfaction; workplace control
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Isi artikelThis article reports the results of a randomized field experiment that tested the effects of a control - enhancing stress intervention among unit managers of a trucking company. Individuals who managed geographically dispersed profit centers were randomly assigned to either an intervention group (N = 34) or a no - intervention group (N = 30). The intervention increased perceptions of control after 4 months, but only for those managers with supportive supervisors. In conjunction with supervisory support, the intervention produced improvements in job satisfaction, but not general well - being outcomes. The impact of the intervention and supervisory support on satisfaction was fully mediated by control perceptions.
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