Hotel housekeeping occupational stressors in Norway

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Matthew H. T. Yap;
(2011)
  • Publisher: University of Rijeka, Faculty of Tourism and Hospitality Management, Opatija
  • Journal: Tourism and hospitality management,volume 17,issue 2,pages291-294 (issn: 1330-7533, eissn: 1847-3377)
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  • Subject: Occupational stress, Occupational stress intervention, Housekeeping department, Norway, Work-family enrichment, Management | Occupational stress; Occupational stress intervention; Housekeeping department; Norway; Work-family enrichment; Management
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Stress is evident in the Norwegian hotel industry and requires urgent attention as portrayed in Annbjørg’s housekeeping managerial occupation. Annbjørg’s occupational stressors derived from weak control of and support for demanding jobs in the housekeeping department an... View more
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