Development of the Japanese version of the self-endangering work behavior (J-SEWB) scale

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Yokoyama, Kazuhito
Nakata, Akinori
Kannari, Yuto
Nickel, Frank
Deci, Nicole
Dettmers, Jan
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05/2022
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01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift
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Juntendo Medical Journal
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Zusammenfassung
Objective The concept of self-endangering work behavior (SEWB) was recently proposed to describe problematic behaviors to cope with heavy workloads and self-management. Although SEWB may enable workers to achieve immediate goals, it risks health and long-term work capacity. In this study, we developed a Japanese version of the SEWB (J-SEWB) scale, which was originally in German, and verified its validity and reliability. Materials The original SEWB scale consisted of 21 items, constituting five subscales: “Intensification of working hours,” “Prolongation/extension of working hours,” “Refraining from recovery/leisure activities,” “Working despite illness,” and “Use of stimulating substances.” We translated the scale into Japanese, then checked the wording using back-translation. Methods The J-SEWB scale and questions for working conditions and sociodemographic variables was administered via an online survey with 600 participants registered with an internet survey company in Japan. Cronbach’s α coefficients were calculated for each subscale to assess internal consistency. Construct validity was examined using principal factor analysis with equamax rotation. An analysis of variance evaluated the relationships of J-SEWB scores with working conditions and sociodemographic variables. Results Cronbach’s α coefficients ranged from 0.846 to 0.964 for five subscales, and 0.957 for all 21 items (total J-SEWB score) in 600 participants. The factor analysis identified five factors, classifying 21 items into corresponding subscales. Total J-SEWB scores were significantly higher for flexible work as well as longer working hours. Conclusions The J-SEWB scale appears to be an effective tool for assessing SEWB in Japanese employees, with satisfactory reliability and construct validity
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flexible work style, presenteeism, overwork, self-endangering work behavior
Fachgebiet (DDC)
150 - Psychologie
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2187-9737
2188-2126
2188-2134
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Englisch
Während FHNW Zugehörigkeit erstellt
Ja
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Veröffentlicht
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Peer-Review der ganzen Publikation
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Gold
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'https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/'
Zitation
YOKOYAMA, Kazuhito, Akinori NAKATA, Yuto KANNARI, Frank NICKEL, Nicole DECI, Andreas KRAUSE und Jan DETTMERS, 2022. Development of the Japanese version of the self-endangering work behavior (J-SEWB) scale. Juntendo Medical Journal. Mai 2022. DOI 10.14789/jmj.JMJ21-0039-OA. Verfügbar unter: https://doi.org/10.26041/fhnw-4347

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