Organizational Risk Factors for Job Stress
For individuals in the U.S. & U.S. territories
Job stress and stress-related illness have reached epidemic proportions in the United States and are a major concern for employer and employee alike. This edited book presents the latest research on how the structure of the organization and attributes of the job contribute to or ameliorate stress. Major themes examined by the contributing authors include the importance of organizational culture and climate, the nature of job stress and burnout, the issue of electronic performance monitoring, the impact of particular kinds of high-risk occupations, and new methodological developments that are improving research design.