An Integrated Model of Communication, Stress, and Burnout in the Workplace

Topic: Employee Burnout Author(s), Title and Publication Miller, K. I., Ellis, B. H., Zook, E. G., & Lyles, J. S. (1990). An Integrated Model of Communication, Stress, and Burnout in the Workplace. Communication Research, 17(3), 300-326. Summary Based on social information processing theory and uncertainty reduction theory, this study proposed a model that presents the […]

Revisiting the Association of LMX Quality With Perceived Role Stressors: Evidence for Inverted U Relationships Among Immigrant Employees

Topic: Leadership Communication and Employee Burnout Author(s), Title and Publication Jian, G. (2012). Revisiting the Association of LMX Quality With Perceived Role Stressors: Evidence for Inverted U Relationships Among Immigrant Employees. Communication Research. Summary This study examined the relationship between leader-member exchange (LMX) quality and organizational members’ role stress (role ambiguity, role conflict, and role […]

Defensive Communication and Burnout in the Workplace: The Mediating Role of Leader–Member Exchange

Topic: Employee Burnout and Defensive Communication Author(s), Title and Publication Becker, J. H., Halbesleben, J. B., & O’Hair, H. (2005). Defensive Communication and Burnout in the Workplace: The Mediating Role of Leader–Member Exchange. Communication Research Reports, 22(2), 143-150. Summary This study used leader-member exchange (LMX) theory, which suggests that leaders develop different relationships with employees […]