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Ever since there have been a lot of challenges that a woman has to go through to make her career a success. The study focuses on the challenges that women face as a resultant of organizational and family barriers. The current study aims to test whether mentoring, Perceived Organizational Support (POS), and Family Responsibilities (FR) have an impact on Perceived Career Success (PCS) and career advancement of women working in the Indian IT industry. 307 respondents have been analyzed and the reliability and validity of constructs have been checked using Exploratory Factor Analysis (EFA) and Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA). For hypotheses testing, path analysis has been employed. Results reveal that mentoring, POS and FR significantly impact PCS and career advancement of women working in the Indian IT industry. The results offer insights for organizations to implement leadership strategies and activities to promote gender equality.


2021 ◽  
Vol ahead-of-print (ahead-of-print) ◽  
Author(s):  
Jarrod Haar

PurposeJob burnout is a popular topic for researchers and a pressing issue for employees and employers. However, the most popular measure has become widely critiqued, and a new construct – the Burnout Assessment Tool (BAT) – has been offered as a better way to assess burnout.Design/methodology/approachThe study uses data from 1,022 employees across a wide range of occupations, sectors and industries. Confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) and odds ratio calculations are explored.FindingsThe present psychometric properties of the BAT construct are supported. Overall, 11.1% of employees met the high burnt-out risk threshold. Determinants of burnt-out risk were explored, with significant findings from high perceptions of organizational support, large firm-size, young age and long work hours found. No gender differences. The odds ratio provides greater insights into the risks associated with factors, especially working 55+ hours/week, which resulted in 580% higher risk of burnt-out risk.Research limitations/implicationsThe findings highlight the danger of burnt-out risk and provide a useful benchmark for those exploring the burnt-out risk rate.Originality/valueThe BAT has not been tested in New Zealand across a sample of employees. Given the large size and breadth of employees, this provides useful generalizability to the BAT-NZ. The determinants tested here are all unique to the literature and provide new insights.


2021 ◽  
Vol 12 ◽  
Author(s):  
Hongxuan Wang ◽  
Lihuan Lan ◽  
Xiaochang Lan ◽  
Peiyun Chen ◽  
Gaoxin Liu ◽  
...  

Obsessive Compulsive Drinking Scale (OCDS) was established and introduced to measure the craving for alcohol and the severity of alcohol dependence. However, the Chinese version of OCDS is still unavailable and has not been validated in the Chinese population. We tended to translate and validate the OCDS in Chinese. We translated original OCDS into Chinese through bi-direction translations and tested the reliability and validity. We found that Chinese OCDS had high internal consistency and good test-retest reliability. The Chinese OCDS also presented good internal structure to reflect the severity of alcohol dependence. The Chinese OCDS could be used in clinical studies and research among the Chinese population.


Author(s):  
Isabel Duarte-Lores ◽  
Gladys Rolo-González ◽  
Ernesto Suárez ◽  
Cristina Chinea-Montesdeoca

AbstractMeaningful work is the subjective experience that work has meaning and is understood as an avenue for personal development, from a eudaimonic point of view. The aim of this study is to adapt the WAMI scale of meaningful work to Spanish, as well as to explore its relationship with job and life satisfaction. Two independent studies were developed. A first study analyzed the consistency of the original factorial model using a sample of Spanish varied workers (N = 350) through a confirmatory factor analysis. Results show an adequate replication of the original model and the validity of the Spanish version. A second study addressed the predictive capacity of the scale in relation to two satisfaction measures in a sample of Spanish health workers (N=312), through a mediation analysis. The relationship between meaningful work and job satisfaction is mediated by life satisfaction. The idea of meaningful work as a eudaimonic construct discards it as a variable resulting from or consequence of work, as it is an inherent part of occupational activity itself.


2021 ◽  
Vol 2 ◽  
Author(s):  
Barbara Resnick ◽  
Kimberly Van Haitsma ◽  
Ann Kolanowski ◽  
Elizabeth Galik ◽  
Marie Boltz ◽  
...  

The purpose of this study was to test the reliability and validity of the Pain Assessment in Advanced Dementia (PAINAD) and particularly consider whether or not this measure was invariant when used among the Black and White residents. Baseline data from an implementation study testing that included a sample of 553 residents, 30% of who were Black, from 55 nursing were included in this study. The Winsteps statistical program was used to perform the Rasch analysis and evaluate the reliability and validity of the measure based on internal consistency, infit and outfit statistics, mapping, and a differential item functioning (DIF) analysis. The AMOS statistical program was used for confirmatory factor analysis. The findings supported the reliability and validity of the PAINAD when used with these individuals and demonstrated that there was no evidence of invariance between the Black and White residents. All the items fit the model, but there was not a good spread of the items across the pain level of the participants. The majority of the participants (75%) were so low in pain signs or symptoms that they could not be differentiated. Based on the clinical practice and observations, it is recommended that additional items can be added to the measure such as observing the individual for evidence of resisting care, retropulsion when trying to stand, hitting or kicking when turning in bed, hitting or kicking when transferring from bed to chair, hitting or kicking when ambulating, or hitting or kicking when raising arms, less engagement with others, and decreased participation in the activities previously enjoyed.


2021 ◽  
Author(s):  
Abby Dunn ◽  
Philippa K Bird ◽  
Charlotte Endacott ◽  
Tracey Bywater ◽  
Joanna Howes ◽  
...  

Positive parent infant relationships are key to achieving long term child outcomes. Identifying parents who may need support is difficult because of a lack of robust assessment tools. Working in partnership with health services we piloted the Maternal Postnatal Attachment Scale (MPAS) in a deprived, multi-ethnic urban community in Bradford, UK. The pilot aimed to assess the clinical utility of MPAS to identify need for support: Was it administered to a representative group of women? Is MPAS valid for this population? Data were linked to a cohort study in the pilot area (Born in Bradfords Better Start - BiBBS). Chi Square tests assessed sample representativeness (age, ethnicity, parity, English language, education, deprivation). Exploratory factor analysis explored MPAS validity. 563 women in BiBBS were eligible, 210 (37%) completed MPAS. No differences were found between completers and non-completers, suggestive of a representative sample. In total, 336 women completed MPAS in the pilot. MPAS had ceiling effects and a satisfactory factor structure could not be identified, indicating poor psychometric properties Health visitors were successful in administering MPAS to a representative sample, but poor psychometric robustness indicates that MPAS is unsuitable for routine use in this setting. A gap for such a measure remains.


2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (3) ◽  
pp. 252-258
Author(s):  
Vianda Maulidina ◽  
Anissa Lestari Kadiyono

Penelitian dalam mengukur kesejahteraan karyawan di tempat kerja (workplace well-being) semakin banyak dilakukan oleh para peneliti di Indonesia. Page (2005) telah mengembangkan sebuah instrumen untuk melakukan pengukuran workplace well-being yaitu Workplace Well-being Index (WWBI) yang terdiri dari 17 aitem. Sejauh penelusuran peneliti, belum ada penelitian yang secara khusus melakukan pengembangan alat ukur workplace well-being dalam bahasa Indonesia. Oleh karena itu, peneliti bermaksud untuk melakukan konstruksi alat ukur workplace well-being berdasarkan konsep teori Page (2005). Pengujian validitas dan reliabilitas alat ukur ini dilakukan terhadap 102 karyawan tetap yang bekerja pada berbagai bidang perusahaan di Kota Bandung. Adapun teknik analisis yang digunakan adalah metode Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) untuk pengujian validitas konstruk, dan teknik Alpha Cronbach untuk pengujian reliabilitas alat ukur. Berdasarkan penelitian yang telah dilakukan, dapat disimpulkan bahwa hasil konstruksi alat ukur Workplace Well-Being (WWB) yang diajukan dinyatakan valid dan reliabel. Artinya, alat ukur ini dinilai mampu mengukur workplace well-being seorang karyawan dengan tepat dan konsisten, sehingga dapat digunakan untuk penelitian-penelitian selanjutnya.


2021 ◽  
Vol 12 ◽  
Author(s):  
Tamara R. Cohen ◽  
Lisa Kakinami ◽  
Hugues Plourde ◽  
Claudia Hunot-Alexander ◽  
Rebecca J. Beeken

The current study aimed to test the factor structure of the Adult Eating Behavior Questionnaire (AEBQ), its construct validity against the Three-Factor Eating Questionnaire (TFEQ-R18) and its associations with body mass index (BMI) in Canadian adults (n = 534, 76% female). Confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) revealed that a seven-factor AEBQ model, with the Hunger subscale removed, had better fit statistics than the original eight-factor structure. Cronbach’s alpha was used to assess the internal reliability of each subscale and resulted with α > 0.70 for all subscales except for Hunger (α = 0.68). Pearson’s correlations were used to inform the convergent and discriminant validation of AEBQ against the TFEQ-R18 and to examine the relationship between AEBQ and BMI. All AEBQ Food Approach subscales positively correlated with that of the TFEQ-R18 Emotional Eating and Uncontrolled Eating subscales. Similarly, BMI correlated positively with Food Approach subscales (except Hunger) and negatively with Food Avoidance subscales (except Food Fussiness). These results support the use of a seven-factor AEBQ for adults self-reporting eating behaviors, construct validity of the AEBQ against TFEB-R18, and provide further evidence for the association of these traits with BMI.


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