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Attachment, burnout, and civility in hospital co-workers at Two Time points
Mental and physical health differences between burnout, engagement, and other work experiences : a cluster analysis
Moderating effects of positive affect, negative affect, and incivility on students’ engagement and exhaustion
Attachment style as a moderator between various areas of worklife and burnout
Moderating effects of generation on incivility, burnout, and intentions to quit
Communication in home healthcare for seniors
Exploring processes and relationships among exhaustion and incivility in the workplace
The moderating effects of control, community, reward, values, and general resources on workload manageability for the outcome of exhaustion
Moderating effects of resilience on areas of worklife and burnout among nurses
The relationship of attachment style to trust and commitment to change in the workplace
Volunteer motivations as functions of volunteer engagement
The mediating effects of coworker trust on incivility, psychological safety, and satisfaction among nursing professionals
Attachment style as a predictor of transformational leadership, incivility, and psychological safety in the workplace
Supervisor incivility and coworker incivility as predictors of instigated incivility in a sample of nursing professionals
Values, community, work setting, and burnout in professionals providing treatment to sexual offender populations
Fire service culture
Predicting cynicism as a function of trust and civility
Workplace incivility and organizational outcomes
Perceived risk and constructs of frequency, severity, control and training in nurses from Eastern Canada
The effects of organizational downsizing on perceptions of worklife relationships and psychological burnout