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Table 4 Impact of psychosocial factors on health and work-related outcomes (results of the forward stepwise regression analyses)

From: How psychosocial factors affect well-being of practice assistants at work in general medical care? – a questionnaire survey

Outcomes Scales Beta R2
Burnout Cognitive stress symptoms 0.33 0.67
  Work-Privacy-Conflict 0.22  
  General health −0.29  
  Age of practice assistants −0.14  
  Emotional demands 0.17  
  Satisfaction with life −0.09  
  Role-conflict 0.07  
  Demands for hiding emotions −0.06  
Job satisfaction Quality of leadership 0.28 0.60
  Sense of community 0.20
  Workplace commitment 0.17
  Role-clarity 0.11
  Satisfaction with life 0.10
  Quantitative demands −0.10
  Meaning of work 0.11
  Cognitive stress symptoms −0.07
  Role-conflict −0.06
  Demands for hiding emotions −0.08
  Age of practice assistants 0.06
General health Burnout −0.54 0.39
  Age of practice assistants −0.14
  Job satisfaction 0.09
  Influence at work 0.09
  Satisfaction with life 0.08
  Work activity −0.07
Satisfaction with life Burnout −0.21 0.24
  Think about early retirement −0.14
  Job satisfaction 0.17
  Employment status 0.14
  General health 0.14
  Predictability −0.14
  Influence at work 0.09
Cognitive stress symptoms Burnout 0.63 0.43
Employment status 0.11
Job satisfaction −0.11
Thinking about early retirement Job satisfaction −0.13 0.28
Burnout 0.15
Meaning of work −0.13
Satisfaction with life −0.14
Sense of community −0.15
Influence at work 0.10
Work-Privacy-Conflict 0.12
  1. R2 Proportion of the variance explained by the model
  2. All coefficients are statistically significantly at the p < 0.05 level