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The Moderating Effect of Team Relationship Oriented Climate on the Relationship between Job Demand and Job Stress
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The Moderating Effect of Team Relationship Oriented Climate on the Relationship between Job Demand and Job Stress
Kim, Hyun-Hae; Tak, Jin-Kook;
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The Demand-Control model has been one of the most popular theoretical models to explain job stress. This study extends the Demand-Control model to the team level and examines the relationship between job demand and job stress to tests the moderating effect of the `team relationship climate' on the relationship between job demand and job stress. Data were collected from 34 teams across 19 organizations and analyzed using HLM. The results showed that job demand was significantly related to job stress. Based on the team level analysis, the team relationship climate was found to moderate the relationship between job demand and job stress. In addition, the consideration behavior by the leader was significantly correlated with the team relationship climate. Finally the theoretical and practical implications and limitations of this study were discussed.
Job demand;job stress;team climate;social support; relationship climate;leadership;multilevel;
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