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Too sick or not too sick?: The importance of stress and satisfaction with supervisor support on the prevalence of sickness presenteeism
In a sample of 3,274 full-time Belgian workers, this article found that 62% of workers went to work while being sick (sickness presenteeism) at least once over the past 12 months. Of all workers who did not show sickness presenteeism themselves, another 6 out of 10 saw or heard about sickness presenteeism in their own organization. This turns sickness presenteeism into an important physical and mental health risk, demanding new policy measures from organizational and governmental decision makers. Women were more likely to report sickness presenteeism than men and junior workers were more prone...
Do age and gender contribute to workers’ burnout symptoms?
Background: Despite mounting evidence on the association between work stress and burnout, there is limited knowledge about the extent to which workers' age and gender are associated with burnout. Aims: To evaluate the relationship between age, gender and their interaction with burnout in a sample of Canadian workers. Methods: Data were collected in 2009–12 from a sample of 2073 Canadian workers from 63 workplaces in the province of Quebec. Data were analysed with multilevel regression models to test for linear and non-linear relationships between age and burnout. Analyses adjusted for...
Roles of age, length of service and job in work-related injury: A prospective study of 63,620 person-years in female workers.
Background The roles of age, length of service and job in various work-related injury types are unknown and deserve investigations among female workers. This study assessed their roles in the occurrence of injury. Methods Three-year prospective study of all 22,952 permanently employed women at the French national railway company: 63,620 person-years, 756 injuries with working days lost, coded using the company's injury classification derived from that of the French health insurance scheme. We investigated the incidence of four types of injury: fall on same level, fall to lower level, materials...
Everyday discrimination in the workplace, job satisfaction and psychological wellbeing: age differences and moderating variables
In this article we explore the importance of ‘everyday discrimination’ and other psycho-social variables for psychological wellbeing, considering differences according to age, gender and socio-economic position. Using employee survey data collected within Australian organisations we explore a statistically reliable model of the relationship between aspects of the psycho-social work environment, psychological wellbeing and job satisfaction. The employee survey was carried out in two phases during mid-2007 and mid-2008 in a national university, two international freight terminals of a...
Poor health, unhealthy behaviors, and unfavorable work characteristics influence pathways of exit from paid employment among older workers in Europe
The aim of this study was to get insight into the role of poor health, unhealthy behaviors, and unfavorable work characteristics on exit from paid employment due to disability pension, unemployment, and early retirement among older workers. Respondents of the longitudinal Survey of Health, Ageing, and Retirement in Europe (SHARE) in 11 European countries were selected when (i) aged between 50 years and the country-specific retirement age, and having (ii) paid employment at baseline and (iii) information on employment status during the 4-year follow-up period (N=4923). Self-perceived health, health...
Sondage exclusif ANACT-TNS SOFRES : comment les salariés envisagent l'allongement de la vie professionnelle ?
Dans le cadre de la 8e édition de la Semaine pour la Qualité de Vie au Travail, le Réseau ANACT pour l’amélioration des conditions de travail a réalisé avec l’institut TNS Sofres, un sondage auprès des salariés sur l’allongement de la vie au travail. 800 salariés ont été interrogés par téléphone à leur domicile du 21 au 29 mars 2011. L’échantillon est représentatif des salariés français actifs occupés de 18 ans et plus – méthode...
Allongement de la vie professionnelle : comment agir ?
Le numéro mai/juin 2011 de la revue Travail & changement est consacré à la gestion des âges. Avec l’âge légal de la retraite repoussé à 62 ans, l’aménagement des conditions de travail et des parcours est devenu nécessaire. Dans cet esprit, les réflexions menées sur la situation des seniors impliquent la prise en compte systématique de tous les âges. Un cheminement qui peut s’opérer en envisageant trois leviers d’action : préserver la santé, développer...
Expérience professionnelle et gestion de la sécurité au travail
Actes du séminaire Âges et Travail 2008 Ce rapport présente les interventions et débats du séminaire Âges et Travail organisé par le Créapt, lors de son édition 2008 consacrée à « Expérience professionnelle et gestion de la sécurité au travail ». L'acception de la « sécurité » y est très large. Elle ne se limite pas à la prévention des accidents du travail. Il est aussi question de la mise en danger d'autres personnes que soi (collègues...
Employee reactions to office redesign
A naturally occurring quasi-field experiment in a multi-generational setting Outcomes associated with an office redesign aimed at decreasing workspace while enhancing perceptions of organizational culture and work-related attitudes are examined within a financial services organization. Findings show that employees assigned to the redesigned office environment report less workspace and more distractions than those who remained in a cubicle environment, but that this finding was moderated by age generation. Human Relations , Vol. 63, No. 5, 609-636 (2010) Source :
Le transfert intergénérationnel des connaissances
Dossier thématique de la revue d'analyse comparée en administration publique Télescope (Vol. 16, no 1, hiver 2010) Source :
Présentation de l'Eurofound devant le Parlement Européen
With the title of ‘Living and Working in Europe’ , the exhibition will draw on Eurofound research to provide a range of materials that will give the latest information in relation to what it actually means to live and work in Europe today. Equally importantly, the week’s events will reinforce the strong ties that Eurofound enjoys with the Parliament and will enable MEPs, their assistants and the staff of political Groups and Committees to speak to Eurofound staff directly about their own areas of interest and to obtain relevant input from an independent research perspective. A...

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