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The impact of the antecedents and consequences of job burnout on junior accountants' turnover intentions : / by Vincent K. Chong and Gary S. Monroe a structural equation modelling approach

By: Chong, Vincent K.
Contributor(s): Monroe, Gary S.
Series: Accounting & Finance.Publisher: Australia, Wiley, Edition: 55 (1), March 2015.Description: 105-132, 27 pages.Subject(s): Public accountants | Accounting profession | Careers | Human resourcesOnline resources: Download from Online Journals Summary: Examines the impact of the circumstances and consequences of job burnout on junior accountants. Reveals the results of a questionnaire on 368 junior public accountants, and suggests they are significantly affected by role ambiguity, role conflict and job-related tension.
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Examines the impact of the circumstances and consequences of job burnout on junior accountants. Reveals the results of a questionnaire on 368 junior public accountants, and suggests they are significantly affected by role ambiguity, role conflict and job-related tension.

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