Occupational stress in the service professions maureen dollard helen r winefield anthony h winefield on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers workers in the service industry face unique types and levels of stress and this problem is worsening many workers and organizations are now recognizing work stress as a significant personal and organizational cost. Workers in the service industry face unique types and levels of stress and this problem is worsening many workers and organizations are now recognizing work stress as a significant personal and organizational cost and seeing the need to evaluate a range of organizational issues that present psychosocial hazards to the workers. Note citations are based on reference standards however formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study the specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher classroom teacher institution or organization should be applied. Occupational stress in the service professions introduces the reader to contemporary theoretical and research issues and then provides a comprehensive international review of a range of professions including nurses correctional officers police fire fighters volunteers academics the clergy and teachers. Many have focused on industrial jobs but less so on service professions and they have usually not considered various professions one by one this failure is corrected in this book on occupational stress in the service professions edited by maureen dollard tony winefield and helen winefield
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