The Influence of Military Identity on Work Engagement and Burnout in the Norwegian Army Rapid Reaction Force
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Original versionJohansen, R. B., Martinussen, M., & Kvilvang, N. (2015). THE INFLUENCE OF MILITARY IDENTITY ON WORK ENGAGEMENT AND BURNOUT IN THE NORWEGIAN ARMY RAPID REACTION FORCE. Journal of Military Studies, 6(1).
The present study examined the influence of military identity on work engagement and burnout among members in the Norwegian Army Rapid Reaction Forces (RRF). Hierarchical regression analyses found work engagement to be predicted by military identity (positively so by professionalism, and negatively by individualism), with individualism also predicting burnout. This is the first study to examine the unique influence of military identity on burnout and engagement among operational army personnel in the Norwegian Armed Forces