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This summary is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center. Summary Exhausted employees who feel they lack work-life balance are both less likely to feel engaged, and less likely to express their voice at work. As a result, organizations miss out on key suggestions, ideas, questions, and concerns that are essential to alleviating job stress … Continue reading An Exploration of the Relationships Between Organizational Dissent, Employee Burnout, and Work-Family Balance

  Authors, Title and Publication Wright, K. B., Abendschein, B., Wombacher, K., O’Connor, M., Hoffman, M., Dempsey, M., & Shelton, A. (2014). Work-related communication technology use outside of regular work hours and work life conflict: The influence of communication technologies on perceived work life conflict, burnout, job satisfaction, and turnover intentions. Management Communication Quarterly, 28(4), 507-530. … Continue reading The Influence of Communication Technologies on Perceived Work Life Conflict, Burnout, Job Satisfaction and Turnover Intentions