Table 7

Regression analyses
ERI COPSOQ
Scales Beta (SE) R2 Scales Beta (SE) R2
Job satisfaction Reward 0.662 (.022) 0.46 Meaning of work 0.327 (.019) 0.51
Effort -0.043 (.018) Sense of community 0.252 (.021)
Quality of leadership 0.256 (.015)
Degree of freedom at work 0.145 (.013)
Work-privacy conflict -0.146 (.012)
General health Reward 0.209 (.031) 0.10 Possibilities of development 0.178 (.029) 0.11
Overcommitment -0.180 (.022) Job insecurity -0.146 (.026)
Work-privacy conflict -0.146 (.022)
Emotional demands -0.097 (.028)
Mobbing -0.063 (.028)
Burnout Overcommitment 0.281 (.023) 0.26 Work-privacy conflict 0.347 (.018) 0.35
Reward -0.270 (.029) Possibilities of development -0.233 (.026)
Effort 0.120 (.027) Emotional demands 0.197 (.025)
Job insecurity 0.188 (.022)
Degree of freedom at work -0.111 (.019)
Satisfaction with life Reward 0.403 (.031) 0.21 Work-privacy conflict -0.243 (.023) 0.18
Overcommitment -0.125 (.023) Job insecurity -0.237 (.025)
Workplace commitment 0.141 (.030)
Quantitative demands 0.137 (.031)
Quality of leadership 0.130 (.025)

Results of the forward stepwise regression analyses. Four health and work related outcomes were predicted by both the ERI and the COPSOQ. Up to five statistically significant scales were kept in the model.

R2 = Proportion of the variance explained by the model.

Nuebling et al.

Nuebling et al. BMC Public Health 2013 13:538   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-538

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