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DALLAS, November 23 /PRNewswire/ -- A recent global study of over 11,000 corporations across 15 countries commissioned by Regus (http://www.regus.com), the global provider of innovative workspace solutions, found that 58 percent of U.S.
Being at the top has its perks, but new UofT research shows people in positions of authority at work are more likely to experience certain psychological and physical problems that can undermine the health benefits associated with job authority.
That bully you deal with during the workday may be doing more damage at night.
A study in the Sept.1 issue of the journal SLEEP shows that current or past exposure to workplace bullying is associated with increased sleep disturbances. Associations also were found between observed bullying and sleep disruption, indicating that bullying has detrimental effects even when it is experienced indirectly.
On-the-job stress, worrying about bills or strained relationships may contribute to people gaining weight, U.S.
A good relationship can act as a buffer for those exposed to work-related stress that can hurt health, a researcher in Sweden said.
A positive approach and successful stress-management techniques also help to reduce the negative effects of work-related stress", explains Ann-Christine Andersson ArntÃ©n, who will be presenting her dissertation in psychology.
CARLSBAD, Calif., June 16 /PRNewswire/ -- What do firefighters, surgeons and senior corporate executives have in common? More than you may think. They are among the nation's most demanding jobs, according to a new CareerCast.com study released today.
Online tools help VA employees manage stress, increase productivity and improve job satisfaction SAN FRANCISCO, May 19 /PRNewswire/ -- The Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Occupational Health, Safety and Prevention Strategic Health Care Group has chosen Essi Systems(R) as their sole source provider for stress management and behavior change tools for their employee health and wellness pilot program in the Midwest Health Care Network (VISN 23).
She never gets invited to lunch with the rest of her co-workers. He always gets publicly criticized for his mistakes.
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