Work organisation, job insecurity and occupational health disparities
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LaMontagne, Anthony D
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Changes in employment conditions in the global economy over the past 30 years have led to increased job insecurity and other work organization hazards. These hazards may play a role in creating and sustaining occupational health disparities by socioeconomic position, gender, race, ethnicity, and immigration status.
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Health disparities, Occupational health, Job stress
Landsbergis, P.A., Grzywacz, J.G. and LaMontagne, A.D., 2012. Work organisation, job insecurity and occupational health disparities. American Journal of Industrial Medicine. Oct 16 [E-pub ahead of print], 1-21.