Thuiswerken en burn-outklachten: De rol van autonomie, werkdruk en leidinggevenden | Amsterdam University Press Journals Online
2004
Volume 39, Issue 2
  • ISSN: 0169-2216
  • E-ISSN: 2468-9424

Abstract

Samenvatting

De COVID-19-pandemie heeft ervoor gezorgd dat velen opeens werden geconfronteerd met een verhoogde thuiswerkfrequentie. Zowel werknemers als werkgevers moesten leren omgaan met meer autonomie voor hun werknemers. Dit onderzoek bekeek voor 5316 werknemers in Nederland de relatie tussen thuiswerkintensiteit en burn-outklachten tussen december 2019 en december 2020. Daarbij onderzochten we ook in hoeverre autonomie en werkdruk de relatie tussen thuiswerkintensiteit en burn-outklachten (parallelle mediatie) medieerden en de mate waarin de steun van de leidinggevende een modererende rol speelde in de relaties tussen autonomie en werkdruk enerzijds en burn-outklachten anderzijds. Resultaten op basis van de NEA-COVID-19-paneldata laten zien dat het effect van thuiswerkintensiteit op burn-outklachten voornamelijk liep via de mediatoren autonomie en werkdruk. Een hogere mate van waargenomen steun van de leidinggevende kan fungeren als een buffer wanneer werknemers een verhoogde werkdruk ervaren die gepaard gaat met verhoogde burn-outklachten. Onze bevindingen bieden aanknopingspunten voor de inrichting en monitoring van thuiswerkbeleid.

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