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A Study of Employees Attending Leisure Sports on Job Stress and Burnout
The purpose of this study was to investigate the conditions of leisure sports attending, job stress, and burnout in employees. The research participants enrolled from the A company adopted a questionnaire survey by using “Employees to attending Leisure Sports on the Job Stress and Burnout survey.” Four hundred and forty-five valid questionnaires were finished by the participants. Descriptive statistics, one-way ANOVA, and Pearson correlation coefficient were used to analyze the data collected from valid questionnaires. The main findings were as follows: first, in “Staff Leisure Sports,” it showed high proportion in item “1-2 times/week,” “home as location of leisure sports,” “family members as companions,” Second, the four dimensions in “Staff Job Stress” arranged by degree of stress were the working load, the low technique, the role ambiguity and the role conflict, respectively. Third, the three dimensions in “Staff Burnout” arranged by degree of burnout were the emotional exhaustion, the depersonalization and the low personal accomplishment, respectively. Forth, participants attending different kinds of leisure sports showed significant differences in three job stress variables, “times,” “location,” and “companions.” Also, participants attending different kinds of leisure sports showed significant differences in two burnout variables, “times” and “companions.” Fifth, all variables of job stress revealed significant positive relations with those of burnout. In these, the highest positive relations was between the “role ambiguity” and “depersonalization.” In conclusion, according to the findings in this study, we suggest that the business owners can emphasize the importance of staff leisure sports. Otherwise, we afford some recommendations for the business owners to promote the leisure sports in their company in the future.
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