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Title:Psihosocialni dejavniki tveganja na delovnem mestu kot prediktorji duševnega zdravja zaposlenih
Authors:Kuhta, Ines (Author)
Poštuvan, Vita (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Tement, Sara (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf MAG_Kuhta_Ines_2020.pdf (888,06 KB)
MD5: C15D3DA5C8843F96D784B0C6FA86C972
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Številne raziskave na področju varnosti in zdravja pri delu poudarjajo povezave psihosocialnih dejavnikov tveganja na delovnem mestu z doživljanjem stresa ter odražanjem tega tako na telesnem kot duševnem zdravju zaposlenih. V pričujoči raziskavi smo se osredotočili na napovedno vrednost nekaterih psihosocialnih dejavnikov tveganja na duševno zdravje zaposlenih. Namen naše raziskave je bilo ugotoviti, ali se prisotnost nekaterih psihosocialnih značilnosti delovnega okolje odraža tudi pri duševnem zdravju zaposlenih. V raziskavi je sodelovalo 199 zaposlenih z različnimi vrstami zaposlitve, ki so izpolnjevali več različnih vprašalnikov: Vprašalnik delovnih zahtev in virov, Vprašalnik delovne negotovosti, Vprašalnik konflikta med delom in družino ter Lestvico duševnega zdravja MHI-18, ki smo jo v ta namen prevedli iz angleškega jezika. Rezultati so pokazali, da so najpomembnejši prediktorji, ki duševno zdravje zaposlenih napovedujejo negativno, konflikt med delom in družino zaradi utrujenosti, ki nastane zaradi dela, sledita pa časovni konflikt med delom in družino, ki nastane zaradi dela in delovna negotovost. Ugotovili smo tudi, da podpora s strani sodelavcev pomembno pozitivno napoveduje duševno zdravje zaposlenih.
Keywords:psihosocialni dejavniki tveganja na delovnem mestu, duševno zdravje, delovne zahteve in viri, delovna negotovost, konflikt med delom in družino
Year of publishing:2020
Publisher:[I. Kuhta]
Source:Maribor
UDC:159.913:613.86-057.11:331.4(043.2)
COBISS_ID:18716675 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:DVGI7UFP
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Licensing start date:27.04.2020

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Language:English
Title:Psychosocial Risk Factors in the Workplace as Employee Mental Health Predictors
Abstract:The correlation between psychosocial risk factors in the workplace and experiencing stress as well as the impact of such on the mental and physical wellbeing of employees is emphasized by numerous studies in the field of health and safety in the workplace. The present work focuses on the predictive value of specific psychosocial risk factors on employee mental health. The aim of the study was to determine whether the presence of specific psychosocial characteristics of the workplace is reflected in the mental health of employees. The study surveyed 199 employees across various types of professional occupations with the help of different questionnaires: The Questionnaire of Jobs Demands and Resources; The Workplace Uncertainty Questionnaire; The Work-Family Conflict Questionnaire; and Mental Health Inventory MHI-18, which was translated from English to Slovenian for the purpose of this study. The results show that the most important negative predictors of employee mental health include the work-family conflict caused by work, followed by the time conflict between work and family, caused by work and workplace uncertainty. The study further establishes that work colleague support is a vital positive predictor of employee mental health.
Keywords:Psychosocial risk factors in the workplace, Mental health, Job demands-resources, Workplace Uncertainty, Work-family conflict


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