DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF JOB DEMANDS AND RESOURCES INDIGENOUS SCALE: A DEVELOPING COUNTRY PERSPECTIVE

Ume Laila, Rubina Hanif


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22555/pbr.v19i4.1880

Abstract


In this study we have looked at the development and
validation of job demands and resources indigenous scale in the
context of Pakistan. The purpose of scale development was to explore
the indigenous job factors for a developing country like Pakistan.
The interplay of job demands and resources with indigenous
realities may cause performance outcomes differently in comparison
with developed countries. The study is a combination of exploratory
and confirmatory approaches. The study was conducted on a sample
of 324 human services professionals for EFA, hence 264 professionals
were approached for CFA. Psychometric properties of scale were
established where the range of alpha reliabilities are .70 to .92 of
subscales. Implications for counselors, administration and policy
makers are discussed.


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