VOLUME 20 2020 NUMBER 3

Role of Psychological Contract Breach and Violation in Generating Emotional Exhaustion: The Mediating Role of Job Procrastination
Ali Abdulhassan Abbas / Hussein Hurajah Al Hasnawia
University of Kerbala / College of Administration and Economics. Iraq/Kerbala
This search aims to study the extent to which Psychological Contract Breach affects and produces Emotional Exhaustion amongst employees through the emergence of a state of procrastination at the level of a sample of daily wage employees in the Colleges of Karbala University in Iraq. The study adopted the measures devised by Suazo (2009) to measure the Psychological Contract Breach and Violation, Strunk et al. (2013) to measure Job Procrastination, and Lewin and Sager (2009) to measure Emotional Exhaustion. The study’s sample consisted of 309 individuals. Confirmatory Factor Analysis, Multiple Regression, and path analysis were used to test the hypotheses, and a number of conclusions were reached. Most importantly, the feeling among employees of Psychological Contract Breach, in turn leading to an increase in their levels of emotional exhaustion, has been explained in detail with the identification of the most important treatments to reduce Psychological Contract Breach in order to reduce the negative results arising from it.
KeyWords: Psychological Contract Breach and Violation, Job Procrastination, Emotional Exhaustion
DOI: 10.5295/cdg.181021aa
Bibliographic: Abdulhassan Abbas, A. and Al Hasnawia, H.H., 2020. Role of Psychological Contract Breach and Violation in Generating Emotional Exhaustion: The Mediating Role of Job Procrastination. Cuadernos de Gestión, 20(3), 15-28. DOI: 10.5295/cdg.181021aa
JEL Classification: M14, L2


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