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- Better Living Through Better Offices. // OfficePro;Nov/Dec2011, Vol. 71 Issue 7, p10
The article discusses the results of a study conducted by a group of researchers from Tel Aviv University and Israel's Clalit Health Services which revealed the connection between the life span of workers and the high level of support that they receive in the workplace.
- ASSESSMENT OF DAMAGE FROM REDUCTION OF EXPECTED LIFESPAN DUE TO CANCER. Korobitsyn, B. A.; Kuklin, A. A.; Manzhurov, I. L.; Nikulina, N. L. // Economy of Region / Ekonomika Regiona;Sep2013, Issue 3, p265
This paper presents the theoretical and methodological approaches to the assessment of damage from premature mortality and reduction of life expectancy due to various reasons. The concepts measuring the price of a human life are analyzed: the evaluation from the standpoint of the theory of human...
- IMPACT OF WORK LIFE CONFLICT ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE. Siddiqui, Muhammad Nabeel // Far East Journal of Psychology & Business;Sep2013, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p26
This research determines the work life conflict and its effect on employee performance. The technique used for data collection is structural interviews from the survey respondents residing and employed in Jeddah. The response rate is optimum due to the accessible participants. Jeddah is selected...
- Cancer burden due to lost productivity substantial in Europe. // PharmacoEconomics & Outcomes News;Nov2013, Issue 691, p2
The article discusses the results of a study examining the economic effect and years of productive life lost in thirty European countries due to deaths from cancer in 2008.
- Danger money. Newnham, David // Nursing Standard;10/5/2011, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p27
David Newnham's profession will be the death of him.
- Living, working and earning for people with disabilities in Australia. Athanasou, James Anthony // Australian Journal of Career Development (Sage Publications Ltd.;Oct2015, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p178
The purpose of this article is to consider the extent to which disabilities are likely to affect the length of a career and earnings potential. The net worklife expectancy for persons with a profound, severe, moderate or mild disability in Australia was determined. This was compared this to...
- Reviewing Gaps in Work-Life Research and Prospecting Conceptual Advancement. Akanji, Babatunde; Mordi, Chima; Ojo, Stella // Economic Insights - Trends & Challenges;2015, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p21
Within various organisational, behavioural and management studies, work-life balance is still a discursive subject. Focal themes and implications of most research findings on this social concept often discloses the need for working adults to consolidate efforts in finding the right balance...
- MOTIVES FOR LIFELONG LEARNERS TO CHOOSE WEB-BASED COURSES. Mahieu, Ron; Wolming, Simon // European Journal of Open, Distance & E-Learning;2013, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p1
Due to societal changes there is a growing need for distant and adult learning. The reason to participate in education and the choices that students make may differ. In this study the factors age, gender, rate of studies and parenthood have been analysed in order to see how these relate to...
- Has the quality of working life improved in the EU-15 between 1995 and 2005? Greenan, Nathalie; Kalugina, Ekaterina; Walkowiak, Emmanuelle // Industrial & Corporate Change;Apr2014, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p399
This article provides a mapping of quality of working life and measures its evolution between 1995 and 2005 with European Working Conditions Surveys. Using multilevel modelling, we assess the sensitivity of observed trends to â€œcomposition effectsâ€ and â€œcountry effectsâ€....