The assessment of bournout in work settings: MBI-GS factor preliminary analysis

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Previous studies using MBI-HSS( Maslach Burnout Inventory; Human Services Survey) have repeatedly shown problems with its application to non-assistant works, in particular refering the depersonalisation scale. The 1996 MBI-GS theoretical scale (Maslach Burnout Inventory; General Survey; Maslach, Jackson y Leiter, 1996) was able to overcome the deficiencies previously experienced in the non-assistant labour field even improving the theoretical model. This article focuses on the adaption of the MBI-GS scale to a Spanish audience and examines its psychometric characteristics in a sample of 114 administrative workers. The factorial and consistancy analysis have showed that the findings produced in this study are similar to those produced by the orginal theoretical model.
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Journal
Ansiedad y Estrés
Year of Publication
2001
Volume
7
Issue
1
Number of Pages
69-77
Date Published
01/2001
Type of Article
Journal article
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ISSN Number
1134-7937
ISBN Number
2174-0437
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