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Violence and stress at work in the postal sector

Giga, Sabir I; Hoel, Helge; Cooper, Cary L;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2003
Abstract
Reviews literature on the prevalence, causes and consequences of violence and stress within the postal sector and presents examples of good practice and relevant sources of information to guide practitioners and researchers.
Subjects
free text keywords: stress, violence, bullying at work, occupational safety, occupational health, postal worker, postal service, developed countries, developing countries, stress, violence, persécution au travail, sécurité du travail, santé au travail, employé des postes, service postal, pays développés, pays en développement, estrés, violencia, acoso laboral, seguridad en el trabajo, salud en el trabajo, empleado de correos, servicio postal, países desarrollados, países en desarrollo
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