Healthy work: stress, productivity, and the reconstruction of working life

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Basic Books, 1990 - Business & Economics - 381 pages
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Evidence is accumulating that in many contemporary work environments people are literally working themselves to death. Based on a ten-year study of nearly five thousand workers, this path-breaking book identifies a clear connection between work-related illness and workers' lack of participation in the design and outcome of their labors.

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Karasek and Theorell, American and Swedish academicians respectively, analyze in their important work how heart disease, diabetes, and other stress-related ailments are generated by the way in which ... Read full review

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Health Productivity and Work Life
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The Psychosocial Work Environment
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Psychological
83
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