Health-related productivity losses increase when the health condition is co-morbid with psychological distress: findings from a large cross-sectional sample of working Australians
- Workplace Violence and the Duration of Workers' Compensation Claims. Campolieti, Michele; Goldenberg, James; Hyatt, Douglas // Relations Industrielles / Industrial Relations;Winter2008, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p57
Based upon unique Canadian administrative data from the years 1996 to 1999, this study examines the duration of absences from work due to injuries arising from workplace violence with a hazard model. We find that policing and nursing occupations, larger health care expenditures and more severe...
- WORKPLACE RIGHTS: DUTY TO EASE STRESS. Burd, Michael; Davies, James; Silkin, Lewis // Management Today;Jun2004, p15
Work-related stress, depression or anxiety accounted for an estimated 13.5 million lost working days in 2001/02, making this the largest contributor to ill-health absenteeism. Last year, a TUC poll revealed stress as the biggest single health concern in 60% of organisationsâ€” well ahead of...
- Decision Latitude and Workload Demand: Implications for Full and Partial Absenteeism. Zavala, Silvana K.; French, Michael T.; Zarkin, Gary A.; Omachonu, Vincent K. // Journal of Public Health Policy;2002, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p344
This research examined the relative importance of two components of job stress--decision latitude and workload demand--on employee absenteeism. The analysis was based on confidential self-reported data from employees at two worksites, which were collected in three independent cross-sections...
- Stress is where you find it, you lucky devil, you. // Agri Marketing;Sep93, Vol. 31 Issue 8, p9
Discusses low-stress and high-stress workplaces. Symptoms of high-stress working places; Different look of low-stress places.
- Achieving balance in life starts in the workplace. McDonald, Bob D.; Hutcheson, Don // Business Press;12/26/98, Vol. 10 Issue 35, p11
Opinion. Focuses on how people lose themselves in the Lemming Conspiracy and as a result get caught up in the Stress Cycle of short term goals in the workplace. What is the hall mark of the Stress Cycle; Reference made to a case study of a woman named Carol; Reference made to the Balance...
- Workplace Stress. Krohe Jr., James // Across the Board;Feb99, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p36
Provides information on stress in the workplace. Basic ways to manage stress; Effectiveness of stress reduction programs among companies; Real impediment to lowering stress levels in the workplace.
- Stressed for success. Gwyther, Matthew // Management Today;Jan1999, p22
Focuses on the benefits from stress in the workplace. Crimes against human health; Factors contributing to high tension levels; Physiology of stress; Approaches to stress management.
- stress-free zone. Curtis, Patricia // Redbook;Dec2000, Vol. 195 Issue 6, p143
Provides tips on how to create a stress-free home and work environment.
- Workplace survival. Stenson, Jacqueline; Gayagoy, Gabrielle // Shape;Mar2004, Vol. 23 Issue 7, p36
Discusses ways of squelching stress at the workplace.