Latest Occupational stress Stories
Police funerals, workplace discrimination, lack of cooperation and job dissatisfaction correlate with police officer work stress, U.S. researchers say.
Japanese men in high-stress jobs appear to have an increased risk of stroke compared with men in less demanding positions, researchers say. Dr.
By Williams, David R Neighbors, Harold W; Jackson, James S The authors review the available empirical evidence from population-based studies of the association between perceptions of racial/ethnic discrimination and health.
By Yeung, Joseph C K This study examines Chinese workers' job stress through the application of Karasek's (1979) job demand - job control model, and investigates how traditional values influence the interaction between job demands and job control, in affecting workers' anxiety and depressive symptoms.
By Richmond, Arin; Skitmore, Martin ABSTRACT Information technology (IT) project managers face a multitude of stressors in their workplaces. This has implications not only for the individual practitioners but also for their employers and society.
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