occupational stress

occupational stress

a disorder associated with a job or work. The anxiety may be expressed in the form of extreme tension and anxiety and the development of physical symptoms such as headache or cramps. Also called occupational neurosis. See also burnout.
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The Coronis Uniti display system supports clinicians ability to diagnose faster and thus begin treatment sooner with a display that dramatically improves their workflow and reduces occupational stress all day long.
The influence of occupational stress on construction professionals.
Considering occupational stresses influence people's health and decreases life quality (Halkas, 2010: 111) and education organization plays an important role in social welfare undoubtedly the personnel's occupational stress influences negatively their efficiency.
Some personality traits assist in overcoming occupational stress and/or burnout and 'grit' is one of them.
Studies show that company dancers often experience occupational stress when they don't know the reasons behind their daily schedule.
Perrewe, Rosen, and Halbesleben bring together a group of management and psychology specialists from the US, Europe, and Australia for 10 chapters on emotion and emotion regulation in occupational stress and well-being.
WHILE CANADIAN MILITARY personnel carry out a final withdrawal from Afghanistan, back home the collateral damage issues, such as the physical wounds, occupational stress injuries (OS1s) and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) will not fade away.
ALUMINIUM Bahrain (Alba) gave a further boost to its commitment towards enhancing employee performance with a special lecture on "Coping with Occupational Stress and Daily Anxiety" at the Alba Healthcare Centre.
Employers and governments have had increasing concern about occupational stress for over twenty years (Le Fevre, Matheny, and Kort, 2003).
The fourth article discusses the occupational stress among female academic staff in Sudanese universities.
based manufacturers-to programs aimed at military personnel with high occupational stress levels, who are required to maintain peak physical health.
In the present study for assessment of occupational role stress only 15 items were selected from the full scale (OSI) which was related to role overload, role ambiguity and role conflict dimensions of occupational stress.

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