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Preface -Lawrence R. Murphy and Steven L. Sauter. Stress-Symptom Factors in Firefighters and Paramedics -Randal Beaton, Shirley Murphy, Kenneth Pike, and Monica Jarrett.

Preface -Lawrence R. The Changing Face of Work and Stress -Steven L. Sauter and Lawrence R. Murphy. Conceptualizing Risk Factors for Job Stress: New Paradigms. I. Organizational Culture and Climate. Work-Related Stress and Depression in Emergency Medicine Residents -Dennis A. Revicki and Theodore W. Whitley.

Reported job stress in the US workforce is on the increase. Among the causes are downsizing, reorganization, the pressures of global competition, and constantly changing new technology.

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Job stress may depend on the organizational learning climate, the . The relationship of role conflict and ambiguity to organizational culture. In S. L. Sauter & L. R. Murphy (Ed., Organizational Risk Factors for Job Stress (pp. 53–60).

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Steven L. Sauter W. Stephen Brightwell Michael J. Colligan Joseph J. Hurrell, Jr. Theodore M. Katz David E. LeGrande Nancy Lessin Richard A. Lippin Jane A. Lipscomb Lawrence R. Murphy Robert H. Peters Gwendolyn Puryear Keita Sydney R. Robertson Jeanne Mager Stellman Naomi . . Robertson Jeanne Mager Stellman Naomi G. Swanson Lois E. Tetrick. NIOSH-Team Leader NIOSH NIOSH NIOSH NIOSH Communications Workers of America Massachusetts AFL-CIO USA MEDDAC University of Maryland NIOSH NIOSH American Psychological Association Organizational Resources Counselors, Inc. Columbia University NIOSH University of Houston. Sauter, Lawrence R. Murphy, Joseph J. Hurrell. The American psychologist. This document, developed by a NIOSH working group led b. More).

Electronic performance monitoring: A risk factor for workplace monitoring., Organisational risk factors for job stress (pp. 163-179). American Psychological Association. Electronic management: Its downside especially in small business. In J. Kizza (E., Social and ethical effects of the computer revolution (pp. 186-199). Jefferson, NC: McFarland and Co. Clarke, R. (2004). Resources: Workplace privacy.

Studies indicate that job stress and stress-related illness are increasing. This edited volume investigates the changing structure of work in our society and presents empirical research studies that examine organizational factors that appear to promote or decrease job stress.Organizational Risk Factors for Job Stress is divided into three sections covering new developments by which researchers conceptualize risk factors for job stress; emergent stressors in today's workplace, including the pros and cons of electronic performance monitoring and the stressors experienced by those who work in high-risk jobs in the health and helping professions; and ways of improving the methodology in studies of organizational risk factors.
Organizational Risk Factors for Job Stress download epub
Medicine
Author: Lawrence R. Murphy,Steven L. Sauter
ISBN: 155798297X
Category: Medical Books
Subcategory: Medicine
Language: English
Publisher: Amer Psychological Assn (July 1, 1995)
Pages: 400 pages