The case for reforming the work of industrial tribunals
- Employees work beyond '9 to 5' // Buildings;July97, Vol. 91 Issue 7, p20
Presents the result of the survey by Opinion Research Corporation in New Jersey regarding the traditional working days and hour to keep up with increased workloads. Percentage of employees working more 40 hours a week and working on weekend.
- USING PRESSURE ULCER PREDICTION SCORES TO GAUGE STAFF WORKLOAD. Lowthian, Peter Thomas // Nursing Standard;3/27/2013, Vol. 27 Issue 30, p30
A letter to the editor is presented in response to an article in the March 6, 2013 issue that was concerned with a workload measurement and planning tool that determines appropriate nursing levels which is being introduced for community nurses in Scotland.
- The Perfect Squelch. Junior, Clayton // Saturday Evening Post;11/3/1956, Vol. 229 Issue 18, p127
Presents an anecdote about a female employee who complains about her workload.
- TRY IT YOU'LL LIKE IT. Albano, Charles // Public Personnel Management;Sep/Oct73, Vol. 2 Issue 5, p336
Focuses on the importance of work assignment in an organization. Attainment of proper work coordination; Enhancement to the productivity of an employee; Realization in meeting workloads.
- Surviving a breakdown. Thomas, Daniel // GP: General Practitioner;2/18/2002, p36
Reports the effect of workload to the health of a general practitioner and the cause of depression. Abuse in taking of alcohol; Ways in coping up a depression; Symptoms of depression.
- Scheduling in a generic perspective: Knowledge-based... van Wezel, Wout; Jorna, Ren? J. // International Journal of Expert Systems;1996, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p357
Discusses the development of a knowledge based computer system for staff scheduling support. Information on the problem of staff scheduling for nurses in the Netherlands; Details on the development of a knowledge based nurse scheduling support system; Importance of orientation on task domain...
- CAREER CLINIC. Sanger, Alison // Community Care;12/6/2007, Issue 1702, p36
The article presents an answer to a question about the workloads of employees.
- Malleable Attentional Resources Theory: A New Explanation for the Effects of Mental Underload on Performance. Young, Mark S.; Stanton, Neville A. // Human Factors;Fall2002, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p365
This paper proposes a new theory to account for the effects of underload on performance. Malleable attentional resources theory posits that attentional capacity can change size in response to changes in task demands. As such, the performance decrements associated with mental underload can be...
- What it means to you. // Legal Alert for Supervisors;2/17/2012, Vol. 7 Issue 162, p2
The article offers tips for employers on how to deal with employees who appear to be under pressure with too much workload.