Role of emotional regulation in managing burnout in working women: A quantitative investigationAuthor(s):
Pushpa Devi and Dr. Suresh KumarAbstract:
Burnout is a psychological syndrome associated with various negative outcomes, such as impaired physical and mental health, lower job satisfaction, and reduced work performance. Emotional regulation is the ability to manage one's emotions in response to different situations and stimuli. It is considered a key factor in coping with stress and enhancing well-being. This study aims to investigate the role of emotional regulation in managing burnout in working women, using a quantitative approach. While burnout affects both men and women, the experiences and coping mechanisms of working women, who frequently juggle multiple roles and responsibilities, may differ significantly. This study seeks to uncover the nuances of how emotional regulation strategies influence the incidence and severity of burnout among this specific demographic. The study will contribute to the literature on burnout and emotional regulation by providing empirical evidence on the benefits and costs of different emotional regulation strategies for working women. The study will also have practical implications for organizations and practitioners who seek to promote the well-being and performance of their female employees. The researcher had conducted the study survey with the help of a questionnaire on 200 respondents to know the role and effect of Emotional Regulation in Managing Burnout in Working Women and concludes that there is significant impact of Emotional Regulation in Managing Burnout in Working Women.Pages: 01-04 | Views: 93 | Downloads: 32Download Full Article: Click Here
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Pushpa Devi, Dr. Suresh Kumar. Role of emotional regulation in managing burnout in working women: A quantitative investigation. Int J Multidiscip Trends 2023;5(8):01-04.