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The role of Benevolent Human Resource Attributions in reducing Occupational Stress: Empirical findings from the Emerging Market

Hameed, Athar and Khwaja, Muddasar Ghani (2022) The role of Benevolent Human Resource Attributions in reducing Occupational Stress: Empirical findings from the Emerging Market. International Journal of Work Organisation and Emotion, 14 (3). p. 1. ISSN 1740-8938 (In Press)

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Stress levels in the organisations have been increasing which has been damaging employee’s wellbeing and causing serious illnesses. Mutual gains model of human resource management endorses employee’s well-being in the organisational sphere. The study aimed to deploy mutual gains models for determining either stress levels of the employees can be reduced through the intervention of HRM attributions. Furthermore, it was estimated how gratitude interventions can improve mental wellbeing of employees and help in reducing occupational stress. Positivist research doctrine was deployed, and primary data was collected from the respondents using non-probability sampling method. Structural equation modelling technique was executed for the testing of causal relationships among constructs. Empirical outcomes affirmed strongly knitted theoretical connotations among the constructs. This study contributes to human resource management literature by proposing a framework which can improve mental wellbeing, and can reduce employees stress levels in the organisations.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: employee performance; employee stress; mental well-being; MWB; HRM attributions; gratitude
Faculty: Staffordshire Business School > Business and Marketing
Depositing User: Muddasar KHWAJA
Date Deposited: 19 Dec 2022 16:14
Last Modified: 19 Dec 2022 16:14
URI: https://eprints.staffs.ac.uk/id/eprint/7554

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