Influence of suffering in the workplace in health, occupational safety, and professional performance.

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sheila liberal ormaechea
Cristina Inmaculada Paredes
Eduardo Gismera
Javier Sastre

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Abstract: Suffering in the workplace is probably a more common occurrence than expected in everyday life. In the interests of both, employee wellbeing and company performance, it must be taken seriously in consideration. However, poor knowledge exists concerning the effects of suffering on health and occupational safety because neither the current human management systems, nor the specialized literature directly address this problem. As a consequence there is a lack of evidence regarding how to manage suffering in organizations. Rooted in human resources managers postulates, this work is a thoughtful analysis of data collected from focus group discussions with Top Human Resources Managers of selected companies in Spain. The article offers an innovative look at the under-researched topic of suffering in the workplace to discover what has been done, what has to change and what is to come in the field of suffering.   

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liberal ormaechea, sheila, Paredes, C., Gismera, E., & Sastre, J. (2022). Influence of suffering in the workplace in health, occupational safety, and professional performance. UCJC Business and Society Review (formerly Known As Universia Business Review), 19(75). Recuperado a partir de https://journals.ucjc.edu/ubr/article/view/4482
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Producción, Innovación y Tecnología