Examining the Moderating Role of Conscientiousness on Abusive Supervision and Emotional Exhaustion Leading to Employee Creativity
Habiburrahman Abed, Habib Gul, & Abdul Basir Azimi
This study investigated the moderating effect of conscientiousness between the relationship of abusive supervision and emotional exhaustion. Moreover, this study also adds to the existing body of workplace stressor such as abusive supervision by examining the mediating effect of emotional exhaustion and employee creativity. Using conservation of resource theory, trait activation theory and effective events theory the researcher will develop a model analyzing the relationship among abusive supervision, conscientiousness, emotional exhaustion and employee creativity. By using data from the manufacturing sector of Afghanistan. The researcher expects that Abusive supervision decreases the employee creativity. We expect that emotional exhaustion at study partially mediate the relationship because at that time the level of conscientiousness will be high compared because the literature suggests that with the passage of time the personal resources of human being will be depleted. Implications of the results, limitations, and recommendation for future research will be discussed later on.
Keywords: Abusive Supervision, Conscientiousness, Emotional Exhaustion, Employee Creativity, Manufacturing Sector.
|Title:||Examining the Moderating Role of Conscientiousness on Abusive Supervision and Emotional Exhaustion Leading to Employee Creativity|
|Author:||Habiburrahman Abed, Habib Gul, & Abdul Basir Azimi|
|Journal Name:||International Journal of Science and Business|
|ISSN:||ISSN 2520-4750 (Online), ISSN 2521-3040 (Print)|
|Issue publication (Year):||2023|
|Date of Publication:||05/08/2023|
|Paper Type:||Research paper|
Cite This Article:
Habiburrahman Abed, Habib Gul, & Abdul Basir Azimi (2023). Examining the Moderating Role of Conscientiousness on Abusive Supervision and Emotional Exhaustion Leading to Employee Creativity. International Journal of Science and Business, 26(1), 103-123. doi: https://doi.org/10.58970/IJSB.2159
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About Author (s)
Habiburrahman Abed, Kardan University, Kabul, Afghanistan.
Habib Gul, Kardan University, Kabul, Afghanistan.
Abdul Basir Azimi (Corresponding Author), University of International Business and Economics, Beijing, China.