Occupational medicine End-stage work-related stress, in which an employee functions at a 'ground state'; at greatest risk for JB are those with low incomes, no college education, and single mothers. See Burn-out. Cf Compassion fatigue.
Specifically, the association of role conflict, role ambiguity, role overload, perceived dangerousness of the job, and amount of contact with inmates and its relationship to job burnout were explored among staff members at a privately run, nonfederal Midwestern correctional facility.
Essays consider the causes, effects, and prevention of stress in the workplace such as organizational factors, gender differences, heart disease, job burnout, work and family, the effects of depressed mood, employee effectiveness, hope, leadership qualities, organizational politics, and prevention objectives from the European Commission and in the US.