Regressing Effect of Time Management on Burnout: Physical Education Study for Department of Youth and Sports in Alborz, Iran
International Journal of Basic Sciences & Applied Research. Vol., 3 (2), 64-69, 2014
6 Pages Posted: 13 Jul 2014
Date Written: July 11, 2014
This study was conducted to examine the relationship between time management with personnel burnout in Iran. For this purpose using descriptive-correlation method sample personnel from the staff and managers in the departments of youth and sports in Alborz province were investigated as the total number. For data analysis, descriptive statistics and inferential statistics were used, which consisted of Pearson correlation test, regression tests, and independent t-test. The findings from the results showed that the three dimensions of job burnout were low and their job burnout could be ranked as low. It was also found that only two subscales of operational planning and prioritization of objectives and activities had a significant negative relationship with job burnout. The regression analysis also showed that time management subscales explain 37 percent of the burnout changes. From among the dimensions of job burnout, inverse significant relationship only exists between the feeling of lack of personal efficiency with time management while no significant relationship was observed between emotional atrophy and de-characterization with time management and that managers suffered less job burnout compared with other staff.
Keywords: Time management, Job burnout, Youth and sports departments, Iran, Regression, Relationship study.
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