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Factors of Occupational Stress. Edition No. 1 - Product Image

Factors of Occupational Stress. Edition No. 1

  • Published: July 2009
  • 80 Pages
  • VDM Publishing House

In a very aggressive, fast-paced environment,
competition significantly moderates behavior and
individuals invest more time and effort into their
work in order to maintain the existing pace set by
others. Many factors involved with this increased
burden cause a number of negative consequences, one
of which is stress. Occupational stress is a very
significant issue which negatively affects the
individual, the family of that individual, and the
employing organization

This study investigated the possible relationships
among gender, job satisfaction, organizational
commitment, and occupational stress levels. Possible
interactions with gender and job satisfaction as well
as gender and organizational commitment on
occupational stress were also explored. Participants
included employees from three organizations: an
orthopedic clinic, social service office, and organ
and tissue donation company.

Jeremy , Hendrickson.
Jeremy Hendrickson has a B.S. in Psychology and an M.S. in
Industrial/Organizational Psychology. He currently is a Human
Resources professional with experience working within an internal
role for an international company, as well as working in an
external role for a management consulting firm.

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