publication . Book . Preprint . 1999

Health effects of job insecurity among employees in Swiss general population

Gianfranco DOMENIGHETTI; Barbara D'AVANZO; Brigitte BISIG;
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  • Published: 01 Apr 1999
  • Publisher: Université de Lausanne, Département d'Economie Politique
  • Country: Switzerland
Abstract
Objectives. To investigate at national level the association between health and the social distress in which the whole employed population is plunged as a consequence of job insecurity. Design. Cross-sectional study. Setting. Switzerland. Subjects. Individuals working full or part time as employees drawn from a random sample (N=2024) of the Swiss general population interviewed by phone. Main outcome measures. Prevalence rates of ten self reported health and health related behaviour indicators according to three levels of perceived job insecurity (low, middle, high). Odds ratios estimated with logistic regression adjusted for relevant respondents characteristics ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Prevention Institute (EBPI), 610 Medicine & health, economic development; labour market; unemployment; job insecurity; deprivation; health; public health; health impact assessment, jel:A13, jel:E24, jel:E60, jel:H10, jel:I12, jel:I30, jel:J20, jel:J6, jel:K2, jel:L20, jel:O11
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publication . Book . Preprint . 1999

Health effects of job insecurity among employees in Swiss general population

Gianfranco DOMENIGHETTI; Barbara D'AVANZO; Brigitte BISIG;