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Effects of LMX and Leaders' Ethical Leadership on Employees' Helping behavior and Burnout

This study has a purpose to identify the correlation between factors and moderating variables that can reduce job burnout by setting positive relation with leader and ethicality of leader as factors reducing job burnout and helping behavior as a moderating variable. Both positive behaviors and recognition on ethical leadership of leader has been confirmed to influence on mitigation of job burnout. Especially, ethicality has shown to be more efficient to alleviate exhaust compared with positive behavior of leader. A helping behavior has identified to be a factor alleviating a job burnout. However, mediating effect of helping behavior has not shown to be statistically significant. They all showed different results to a job burnout. A first course (recognition on theoretical leadership toward leader, LMX, helping assistance, and job burnout) and a second course (recognition on theoretical leadership toward leader, helping assistance, and job burnout) are statistically significant. The helping behavior of members is the factor increasing a job burnout. It can also be interpreted that positive behavior for organization can impact on the job burnout. To solve this, a detailed review and effective method are essential to be researched. Lastly, it can be concluded that the ethicality of leader is an essential factor for development of organization.

Abstract

1. Introduction

2. Theoretical Background

3. Research Design & Hypotheses

4. Empirical Study

5. Conclusion and Discussion

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