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Télépression au travail, relation entre l’utilisation de la messagerie électronique au travail et les échanges leader-membres
Rôles de la reconnaissance et de la charge de travail La messagerie électronique (ME) au travail est l’outil de communication le plus utilisé au sein des entreprises actuelles. Cette étude exploratoire tente de comprendre la relation entre l’utilisation perçue de la messagerie électronique et la qualité des relations leader-membres, d’une part, et la télépression, d’autre part, en testant les effets médiateurs de la reconnaissance et de la charge de travail. Les résultats auprès de 56 salariés...
Work demands and health consequences of organizational and technological measures introduced to enhance the quality of home care services
This study of home care workers in a Norwegian municipality aimed to examine the effect of two measures involving organizational (job checklists) and technological (personal digital assistants) job aids on perceived work demands and musculoskeletal health. Questionnaire data was collected in 2009 (n = 138, response rate 76.2%) and 2011 (n = 80, response rate 54%). Forty-six home care workers responded at both waves. Respondents were assigned into ‘high', ‘moderate' and ‘low' strain groups based on their responses to open and closed survey questions regarding impact...
New website helps workers to avoid IT-related stress
Rapid access to information and ease of communication are the short-term benefits of information technology (IT). However, research by the Swedish work environment organisation, Prevent, in collaboration with an expert in social medicine, has demonstrated the risk of overload and the prevalence of IT-related stress among Swedish workers. Prevent recently launched a website in Swedish and English detailing how to avoid IT-related stress and how to detect it. Source :
Is Knowledge Work Better For Us?
Knowledge workers, good work and wellbeing In this report we bring together our insights on the health and wellbeing of the workforce and the changing nature of work in the knowledge economy to examine whether knowledge work is good work and better for our health and wellbeing. We explore data from our knowledge worker survey and build on the findings from our previous report which provided a new definition of knowledge work. Three closely related changes over the past 40 years have transformed our economy. First, a shift to higher value added services – technology and knowledge intensive...

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