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Occupational Strain and Efficacy in Human Service Workers by M. Dollard Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book shows how one large human service organisation systematically investigated the occupational strain and efficacy of its workforce, leading to a rational intervention plan which was broadly supported by management and workers : Paperback.

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Winefield, Anthony H. Winefield 5. a reduction in non compensable measures of occupational strain eg, absenteeism, poor. Occupational Strain and Efficacy in Human Service Workers: When the Rescuer Becomes the Victim: Medicine & Health Science Books @ Workers' compensation data in a large public sector human service agency clearly indicated that the most significant type ofcompensable incident that occurred within the organisation was that ofanxiety and stress related conditions.

From September to Septemberthere had been workers. This book shows how one large human service organization systematically investigated the occupational strain and efficacy of its workforce, leading to a rational intervention plan which was broadly supported by management and workers : Maureen F. Dollard.

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[Maureen F Dollard; Helen R Winefield; Anthony H Winefield] -- "This book shows how one large human service organisation systematically investigated the occupational strain and efficacy of its workforce, leading to a rational intervention plan which.

Workers' compensation data in a large public sector human service agency clearly indicated that the most significant type ofcompensable incident that occurred within the organisation was that ofanxiety and stress related conditions. From September to Septemberthere had been workers compensation claims relating to workplace Book Edition: Get this from a library.

Occupational Strain and Efficacy in Human Service Workers: When the Rescuer Becomes the Victim. [Maureen F Dollard; Helen R Winefield; Anthony H Winefield] -- Workers' compensation data in a large public sector human service agency clearly indicated that the most significant type ofcompensable incident that occurred within the organisation was that.

Emotional Exhaustion Work Stress Personal Accomplishment Participatory Action Research Occupational Stress These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm : Maureen F.

Dollard, Helen R. Winefield, Anthony H. Winefield. Because of the increasing number of older workers, it is important to develop models of work-related constructs for this population. The present article developed a model surrounding occupational self-efficacy, testing its relation to other factors (e.g., intrinsic job motivation), predictors (e.g., self-perceptions of aging), and outcomes (e.g., job satisfaction).Cited by: Electronic Books: Occupational Medicine Toggle facets Limit your search Format.

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Although studies have suggested that marijuana may be used with reasonable safety in some controlled environments, there are potential consequences to its use that necessitate employer scrutiny and concern. Occupational strain and efficacy in human service workers: When the rescuer becomes the victim.

Springer Science & Business Media. Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers. Google Scholar | CrossrefCited by: Occupational strain and efficacy in human service workers: when the rescuer becomes the victim / by: Dollard, Maureen F. Published: () Lancaster Ave., Villanova, PA Contact.

Models of occupational stress, in particular job strain and effort-reward imbalance, are presented. but human service workers are at especially.

workers, address occupational stressors by. efficacy will moderate more stress-strain relationships than generalised self-efficacy. Based on data collected from wor-kers that use new technologies in their jobs, we found that self-efficacy moderates the stress-strain relationship in general, in the sense that low levels of self-efficacy are related to high levels of occupational stress.

Human behavior and the social environment integrating theory and evidence-based practice / Published: () Human behavior theory and social work practice / Published: () Occupational strain and efficacy in human service workers: when the rescuer becomes the victim / by: Dollard, Maureen F.

Published: (). Occupational health A manual for primary health care workers World Health Organization Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean WHO-EM/OCH/85/E/LFile Size: KB. For many years, burnout has been recognized as an occupational hazard for various people‐oriented professions, such as human services, education, and health care.

The therapeutic or service relationships that such providers develop with recipients require an ongoing and intense level of personal, emotional by: While self-efficacy, in general, refers to one's confidence in executing courses of action in managing a wide array of situations, work self-efficacy assesses workers' confidence in managing workplace experiences (especially for new or prospective workers).

The theoretical underpinning is that individuals with higher work self-efficacy are more likely to look forward to, and to be.

This article presents the development, reliability, and validity testing of a measure of perceived self-efficacy developed particularly for use by occupational therapists, the Self-Efficacy Gauge. Method. Reliability and validity testing was performed through use of a mailed survey(n = ).

Test–retest reliability, internal consistency, and Cited by: