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Associations Between Systemic Quality of Life and Burnout Among French Canadian Workers
Burnout has very often been studied from a work-life specific perspective. However, a recent field of research leads to wonder about the impact that life events can have on the development of burnout. This study therefore investigated the associations between five domains of systemic quality of life and the three dimensions of burnout proposed by Maslach and colleagues. An analysis of correlations and multiple hierarchical regressions were performed on a sample of 202 French Canadian workers. These analyses report inverse associations between quality of life and burnout, with strong negative correlations...
Suicide Rates by Major Occupational Group - 17 States, 2012 and 2015
During 2000–2016, the suicide rate among the U.S. working age population (persons aged 16–64 years) increased 34%, from 12.9 per 100,000 population to 17.3 ( ). To better understand suicide among different occupational groups and inform suicide prevention efforts, CDC analyzed suicide deaths by Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) major groups for decedents aged 16–64 years from the 17 states participating in both the 2012 and 2015 National Violent Death Reporting System (NVDRS) ( ). The occupational...
Gendered Pathways to Burnout: Results from the SALVEO Study
Burnout is a pervasive mental health problem in the workforce, with mounting evidence suggesting ties with occupational and safety outcomes such as work injuries, critical events and musculoskeletal disorders. While environmental [work and non-work, work-to-family conflict (WFC)] and individual (personality) pathways to burnout are well documented, little is known about how gender comes to influence such associative patterns. The aim of the study consisted in examining gendered pathways to burnout. The study analysed data derived from the SALVEO study, a cross-sectional study of 2026 workers from...
Global patterns of workplace productivity for people with depression
Absenteeism and presenteeism costs across eight diverse countries Purpose: Depression is a leading cause of disability worldwide. Research suggests that by far, the greatest contributor to the overall economic impact of depression is loss in productivity; however, there is very little research on the costs of depression outside of Western high-income countries. Thus, this study examines the impact of depression on workplace productivity across eight diverse countries. Methods: We estimated the extent and costs of depression-related absenteeism and presenteeism in the workplace across eight countries...
Statistiques sur les lésions attribuables au stress en milieu de travail
Ce document présente des statistiques diverses sur les lésions attribuables au stress en milieu de travail. Il comporte trois parties. La première décrit la population étudiée. La seconde expose les faits saillants. La troisième est constituée de 31 tableaux de données statistiques. Enfin, une annexe précise certains détails sur l'extraction des données.? Source:
Australia - Work-related mental disorders profile 2015
The publication provides a concise and factual statistical profile of mental disorders as compensated by Australian workers’ compensation schemes. It shows statistics on how many Australians are awarded a mental disorder claim each year to allow estimation of societal and system impacts. It also showcases other important statistics including claim rates and proportions to enable estimation of relative risks among groups of workers. Source:
Suicide in U.S Workplaces, 2003–2010
A Comparison With Non-Workplace Suicides Introduction: Suicide rates have risen considerably in recent years. National workplace suicide trends have not been well documented. The aim of this study is to describe suicides occurring in U.S. workplaces and compare them to suicides occurring outside of the workplace between 2003 and 2010. Methods: Suicide data originated from the Census of Fatal Occupational Injury database and the Web-Based Injury Statistics Query and Reporting System. Suicide rates were calculated using denominators from the 2013 Current Population Survey and 2000 U.S. population...
Violence and harassment in European workplaces
Extent, impacts and policies Violence and harassment are attacks on personal dignity, the right to equal and non-discriminatory treatment and often a person's health. Workers affected by it feel insecure about their work; they are more frequently absent and may even be unable to work, with consequent impacts on productivity and corporate and public costs. Some national-level surveys point to a long-standing increase in reported violence and harassment. Certain European countries, such as the Scandinavian countries, have more coordinated, established policies on preventing and tackling violence...
Violence at work
The number and incidence rate of violent incidents at work has declined over the last decade. Findings from the 2013/14 Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) show that: - the risk of being a victim of actual or threatened violence at work is similar to the last five years with an estimated 1.1% of working adults the victims of one or more violent incidents at work (CSEW) - in 2013/14, the survey estimated 257 000 adults of working age in employment experienced work related violence including threats and physical assault - there were an estimated 583 000 incidents of violence at work according...
Gender differences in occupational injury incidence
OBJECTIVES: To describe the frequency and distribution of workplace injury claims by gender, and quantify the extent to which observed gender differences in injury claim rates are attributable to differential exposure to work-related factors. METHODS: WorkSafe Victoria (Australia) workers' compensation data (254,704 claims with affliction onset 2004-2011) were analysed. Claim rates were calculated by combining compensation data with state-wide employment data. RESULTS: Mental disorder claim rates were 1.9 times higher among women; physical injury claim rates were 1.4 times higher among men...
Harcèlement sexuel au travail
Le défenseur des droits publie une enquête exclusive L'enquête réalisée par le Défenseur des droits révèle que, aujourd'hui, en France, 1 femme sur 5 déclare avoir été victime de harcèlement sexuel au travail, ce qui viennent confirmer les propos des témoins, également ciblés par l'enquête. Les gestes et propos à connotation sexuelle sans le consentement de la personne et un environnement de travail avec des blagues à caractère sexuel sont, avec le chantage...
Personal relations at work no. 1 cause of stress
Levels of work-related stress are high among Czech workers, according to an online survey by market research company GfK. The 2013 research revealed stress had increased particularly among managers and highly-qualified workers. Despite these increases, those surveyed said employers had not introduced measures to prevent stress in the workplace. Almost half of the interviewees said worries about ‘interpersonal relationships' were a major cause of work-related stress. Source:
Violence at work
The number of violent incidents at work has declined over the last decade, with the incident rate remaining stable over the last four years. Findings from the Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) show that in 2012/13. Source:
Mise en place d’un système de surveillance des suicides en lien avec le travail
En France, la question des suicides en lien avec le travail est soulevée avec une acuité particulière depuis plusieurs années. Ce phénomène semble s'être amplifié sans qu'il soit possible pour l'instant de le quantifier. L'objectif de cette étude exploratoire est de tester l'utilisation de sources de données existantes françaises (système multi-sources) pour estimer la fréquence des suicides liés au travail et les décrire. L'étude a été conduite en...
Situation personnelle et professionnelle des travailleurs québécois âgés de 50 ans et plus et intentions à l’égard de la retraite
Cette étude a pour objectif de tracer un portrait de la situation personnelle et professionnelle des travailleurs québécois âgés de 50 ans et plus. Plus particulièrement, elle analyse trois grandes dimensions, à savoir l’état de santé de ces travailleurs, le stress au travail de ce groupe de même que leur satisfaction à l’égard de l’emploi occupé en 2008. Ces éléments sont fort pertinents dans tout le débat entourant le prolongement de la vie active. Ce rapport comprend...
Le stress au travail est en hausse, d'après huit personnes interrogées sur dix lors d'un vaste sondage d'opinion paneuropéen
Le stress au travail constitue un problème pour une vaste majorité de la population active européenne, selon les conclusions du 2e sondage d'opinion paneuropéen sur la santé et la sécurité dans le cadre professionnel. Réalisée par Ipsos MORI pour le compte de l'Agence européenne pour la sécurité et la santé au travail (EU-OSHA), l'enquête a recueilli les avis de plus de 35 000 citoyens dans 36 pays européens sur des sujets liés au monde du travail actuel, dont le stress au...
Les risques psychosociaux au travail
Les indicateurs disponibles Pour dresser un premier état des lieux des risques psychosociaux au travail en France, le collège d'expertise sur le suivi statistique de ces risques mis en place en 2008 à la suite du rapport « Nasse-Légeron » a élaboré une batterie provisoire d'une quarantaine d'indicateurs immédiatement disponibles dans les sources statistiques existantes. Source :
Stress tops workers' safety concerns and spending cuts will make it worse
Stress, bulling and harassment, back strains, slips, trips and falls, and overwork top the list of workers' safety concerns, according to the TUC's biennial survey of safety reps. The 2010 survey finds that stress is by far the most common health and safety problem at work. Nearly two thirds (62 per cent) of reps say that stress is in the top five of problems faced by the workforces they represent. More than a quarter of reps (27 per cent) pick out stress as the hazard at work that most concerns them. The TUC survey reveals that stress is most often found in the public than in the private...
Suicide et activité professionnelle en France
Premières exploitations de données disponibles La conduite suicidaire est un processus complexe et multifactoriel. S'il est aujourd'hui difficile de comptabiliser le nombre exact de suicides en lien avec le travail, il existe néanmoins certaines données permettant d'approcher cette problématique. Cette étude a pour objectif de décrire la mortalité par suicide et son évolution au cours du temps dans la population des salariés (hommes) selon les secteurs d'activité auxquels ils appartiennent. La description...
Violence at work
Statistics HSE has today published the ‘Violence in the Workplace’ report, which interrogates Home Office ‘British Crime Survey’ results and presents findings on work related violence. HSE publishes this report as part of its responsibility for developing and implementing policy on work-related violence. Source :
Indicateurs provisoires de facteurs de risques psychosociaux au travail
Comment apprécier le niveau des risques psychosociaux au travail et comprendre leur évolution ? Le collège d'expertise sur le suivi statistique des risques psychosociaux au travail animé par l'INSEE a remis au Ministre chargé du travail, un rapport intermédiaire présentant une batterie d'indicateurs provisoires immédiatement disponibles à partir des sources statistiques existantes. Il remettra son rapport final à l'automne 2010. Ce rapport intermédiaire a été remis aux partenaires sociaux...
Psychosocial working conditions
Latest figures for 2009 The latest national statistics on Psychosocial working conditions, produced by the Health and Safety Executive, were released on 28 October 2009 according to the arrangements approved by the UK Statistics Authority. This report presents analysis of 2009 data from an annual series of surveys on psychosocial working conditions which began in 2004. These surveys were set up to monitor changes in the psychosocial working conditions of Demand, Control, Managerial Support, Peer Support, Role, Relationships and Change in British workplaces. Source:
OSH in figures: stress at work — facts and figures
Stress at work is common throughout Europe. In surveys carried out every five years by the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, respondents name it as the second most common threat posed by the working environment. Only musculoskeletal problems are seen as more likely to damage workers’ health. According to the fourth European Survey of Working Conditions, carried out in 2005 in all Member States, stress was experienced by an average 22% of working Europeans. In 2002, the annual economic cost of work-related stress in the EU15 was estimated at EUR 20,000...
New Survey Further Confirms Workplace Stress Epidemic
Three in 10 Canadian workers are employed in psychologically unhealthy and unsafe workplaces, according to a recently published Ipsos Reid survey. In this survey of more than 6,800 Canadian workers, researchers sought to evaluate levels of psychosocial risks (PSR) at work. Nineteen per cent reported facing PSRs at work. In analyzing responses to the survey though, researchers concluded the problem was far greater. Twenty nine per cent actually fell into categories of serious or significant concerns in terms of the psychological risks associated with their workplace.

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