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Does more job autonomy mean less stress at work?

Does more job autonomy mean less stress at work?

May 22, 2015

According to a joint report by EU-OSHA and Eurofound, workers in countries with more job autonomy experience less stress than those with equally demanding jobs but less autonomy. These findings could help employers reduce the negative impacts of psychosocial risks in the ...

Country focus: the situation of work-related stress in Germany

Country focus: the situation of work-related stress in Germany

May 13, 2015

Germany, one of world’s strongest economies, is no different than other countries when it comes to changes in the way people work nowadays. Globalisation, digitalisation and the economic crisis are having an effect on people’s workloads and levels of stress and are ...

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Events

Respectful and effective leadership - managing people and organizations in turbulent times.

20

May

2015

Location: NO Oslo

Organiser:
EAWOP - European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology

POLAND – Prevention of psychosocial risks related to work

22

May

2015

Location: Hotel Rzeszów, Sala Marszałkowska, Rzeszów

Organiser:
Central Institute for Labour Protection - National Research Institute (Poland)

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