work strain

work strain

[′wərk ‚strān]
(physiology)
The response of the human body to work stress experienced in the performance of a task.
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The first part of the study was a lab experiment in which 45 students aged between 19 and 36 were given a series of maths questions to induce a sense of work strain and then spent ten minutes either on the digital game, fidget spinner or the Headspace mindfulness app.
Organizations such as the American Nurses Association make great efforts to lobby for nurses to practice with acceptable nurse-to-patient ratios to promote patient safety and reduce nurse work strain (Pearce et al., 2018).
According to Geurts and Sonnentag [26] and Kallus [27], recovery could contradict the unhealthy influence of work strain and adequate recovery is important for employees to keep healthy.
We examined how the likelihood of joining the public sector is influenced not only by PSM but also by other important work preferences (material work aspects, low work strain, and intrinsic work motivators) in Millenials.
Sheath 6 levels, including door by foot and work strain.
Specifically, this model proposes that work strain is caused by the combination of high psychological demands and low decision latitude (Karasek & Theorell, 1990).
STORM: Giggs drives to work STRAIN: Imogen leaves Clifford's London office yesterday.
The study suggests that work strain, when defined as high demand or low authority, is not a risk factor for heart disease for either men or women.
* Distributions for the parameters, [alpha], which describe the effect of different factors of perceived psychosocial environment, organization practices, satisfaction with work, work strain and stress at work, symptoms, allergic background and mental well being have on the perception of air quality and thermal conditions.
Osteo-paths treat a wide range of conditions, including changes to posture in pregnancy, babies with colic or sleeplessness, repetitive strain injury (RSI), postural problems caused by driving or work strain, glue ear in children, arthritis pain and sports injuries.
Schirmer and Lopez examined whether employees' attachment styles and orientations and perceptions of supervisor support were related to measures of work strain. As expected, both attachment measures and supervisor support were related to work strain.
Watch out for work strain from poor posture at your desk.