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Unformatted text preview: 1 PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS FACTORS W.P. Neumann W.P. Neumann Copyright Copyright (c) 2012 P. Neumann, BSc, MSc, LicEng, PhD, LEL, Eur.Erg (c) 2012 P. Neumann, BSc, MSc, LicEng, PhD, LEL, Eur.Erg – This teaching material is not for resale or commercial use. Note that This teaching material is not for resale or commercial use. Note that at ribution errors and missing acknowledgements may exist in this material; for at ribution errors and missing acknowledgements may exist in this material; for which the author apologises which the author apologises PSYCHOSOCIAL Factors? PSYCHOSOCIAL Factors? • ‘Mental Environment’ • Individual Perception ... ... Of REAL working conditions • Is a psychological perception of the social environment at work. • Affected by physical layout, technology, and task design & management PSYCHOSOCIAL Factors • psychological demand • job control • monotony • supervisor support coworker suppor • coworker support • workplace social environment • job security • job dissatisfaction (e.g. Boeing study) •effort-reward imbalance (new) COPSOQ - Influence at work scale n>20 2 Job Autonomy in EU Parent Parent-Thirion Thirion et al 2007: et al 2007: 4th 4th EU Survey EU Survey onWorking onWorking Conditions Conditions THE EFFORT-REWARD IMBALANCE MODEL efforts demands salary support treatment rewards Also addresses several other key points including...
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2012 for the course IND IND712 taught by Professor Dr.patrickneumann during the Winter '12 term at Ryerson.
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