Psychosocial Factors at Work & Their Relation to Health by C. L. CooperPsychosocial Factors at Work & Their Relation to Health by C. L. Cooper

Psychosocial Factors at Work & Their Relation to Health

byC. L. CooperEditorR. Kalimo, M. A. El-Batawi

Paper Text | January 2, 1987

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A multidisciplinary effort to determine the extent to which psychosocial factors peculiar to different occupational environments can influence the health of workers and managers. Wide-ranging in its approach, the book uses a diversity of research findings and conceptual models to explore the links between specific forms of occupational stress and the physical and mental well-being of employees. Attention is also given to the impact that work-related stress can have on performance levels, rates of absenteeism, alcohol abuse, employee turnover and accidents on the job.
Title:Psychosocial Factors at Work & Their Relation to HealthFormat:Paper TextDimensions:254 pagesPublished:January 2, 1987Publisher:World Health Organization

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ISBN - 10:9241561025

ISBN - 13:9789241561020

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