A longitudinal study examining the influence of work and non-work stressors upon well-being: a multi-group analysis

Cockerton, Tracey and Edwards, Julian A. and Guppy, Andrew (2007) A longitudinal study examining the influence of work and non-work stressors upon well-being: a multi-group analysis. International Journal of Stress Management, 14 (3). pp. 294-311. ISSN 1072-5245

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Abstract

This paper investigates the longitudinal causal relationship between stressors and well-being within work, nonwork, and general life domains within university staff, trainee nurses, and part-time employees. Nested structural equation model comparison analysis tested whether nonwork stressors significantly contribute in predicting work, nonwork, and general well-being alongside work-related stressors. Findings showed that a complex spillover model is best fitting where work and nonwork stressors (T1) significantly influence work, nonwork, and general well-being (T2) across domains. Multigroup analysis revealed that this acceptable fitting model was also consistent simultaneously across two groups of data. The current study contributes to the literature by examining the causal relationships between stressors and well-being across life domains while incorporating a strong methodological design and statistical procedure. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2010 APA, all rights reserved).

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Research Areas:Business School > Leadership, Work and Organisations
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