IMPACT OF JOB DEMANDS ATTRIBUTES ON EMPLOYEES’ BURNOUT WITH REFERENCE TO MANUFACTURING COMPANIES IN SOUTH INDIA
It is crucial to look into how job demands effect employees' burnout in order to completely comprehend the relationship between burnout and evolving job expectations in todays fast-paced and competitive work environments. This information is crucial for developing a productive workplace culture, raising output, and enhancing employee wellbeing. This study aims to investigate how burnout and wellbeing are affected by the job demands-resources (JD-R) paradigm. Data was collected using a structured questionnaire from 360 respondents working in manufacturing companies situated in southern India. The data thus collected were analysed using SPSS AMOS 23 SEM model to relatively examine the model fits and to do hypothesis testing in this study, the JD-R model, which contains the constructs like workload, autonomy, work-life imbalance, and time pressure, is used. The findings of the study demonstrate that all the four JD-R variables (workload, autonomy, time pressure, and work-life imbalance) have a considerable impact on employees’ burnout, which has a significantly negative impact on employee well-being. The results also demonstrate that each construct significantly impacted the wellbeing of the workforce. By experimentally evaluating the application of the JD-R model, particularly in the context of manufacturing enterprises in south India, this study contributes to the body of knowledge.
Autonomy, Compensation, Work Life Balance, Job Satisfaction, Employee Retention.