The Moderating Effects Of Psychological Capital On Workplace Bullying And Burnout In The Philippine National PoliceJournal: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS (Vol.3, No. 5)
Publication Date: 2019-05-10
Authors : Albert M. Arcega; Rosalia T. Caballero;
Page : 128-137
Keywords : burnout; police personnel; psychological capital; workplace bullying;
This descriptive-correlational research probed the moderating effects of Psychological Capital PsyCap on workplace bullying and burnout of Philippine National Police PNP uniformed personnel N447 of the National Capital Region NCR using convenience sampling technique. The survey instruments were composed of self-made socio-demographic profile Psychological Capital Questionnaire-24 PCQ-24 Negative Acts Questionnaire Revised NAQ-R and Copenhagen Burnout Inventory CBI. The findings of the study indicated that most of the participants were male 22 to 37 years old married college graduate Police Officer 1 PO1 1 year and 1 month to 5 years in service and from Southern Police District. Mean scores of the participants indicate high level of PsyCap and very low level of workplace bullying and low level of burnout. Also it was found out that PsyCap was negatively correlated with workplace bullying and burnout while the latter variables maintained their positive correlations. Moreover among the dimensions of PsyCap hope and resilience moderates the relationship between the specific form of bullying and burnout.
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