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Supervisor Workplace Stress and Abusive Supervision: The Buffering Effect of Exercise

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posted on 22.11.2013 by James P. Burton, Jenny M Hoobler, Melinda L. Scheuer
In a matched sample of 98 employed individuals and their direct supervisors, we examine how supervisor-rated stress is associated with employee-rated abusive supervision. In addition, we explore how supervisor exercise influences the relationship between supervisor stress and abusive supervision. Results of the study demonstrate that increased levels of supervisor-reported stress are related to the increased experience of employee-rated abusive supervision. We also find that higher levels of supervisor exercise reduces employee perceptions of abusive supervision in response to supervisor stress.

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Post print version of article may differ from published version. The final publication is available at springerlink.com; DOI:10.1007/s10869-011-9255-0

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Springer Verlag

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en_US

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0889-3268

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01/09/2012

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