Relationships of Work Stress Measures for Employees with the Same Job
Role conflict, Role ambiguity, Workload, Job satisfaction, Health
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Most research on job stress is based on the assumption that correlations between perceived work environment and affective measures reflect a relationship between the objective work environment and affective measures. Correlations found among perceived stress measures were similar in magnitude to those found in other work stress studies that had greater variation in the subject sample and jobs. Also, no relationship was found between objective and perceived danger. Alternative explanations for perceived job stress relationships are discussed.
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
Work & Stress, v. 5, issue 1, p. 29-35
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Hall, Joan K. and Spector, Paul E., "Relationships of Work Stress Measures for Employees with the Same Job" (1991). Psychology Faculty Publications. 654.