Sociale relationer og mekanismer

Afsluttet - Projektperiode 01. januar 2013 til 31. marts 2018
Projektet havde til formål at undersøge igennem hvilke mekanismer arbejdsrelaterede negative sociale relationer (NSR) udvikler sig prospektivt og fører til sygefravær, jobskifte, arbejdsløshed og tidlig tilbagetrækning fra arbejdsmarkedet.

Projektleder og kontaktperson hos NFA

Anne Helene Garde

Anne Helene Garde

Professor MSO

3916 5258

ahg@nfa.dk

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Resultater
  • Tidsskriftartikel (11)
    Does workplace bullying affect long-term sickness absence among co-workers?
    Optimal cut-off points for the Short-Negative Act Questionnaire and their association with depressive symptoms and diagnosis of depression
    The associations between workplace bullying, salivary cortisol, and long-term sickness absence: A longitudinal study
    A cohort study on self-reported role stressors at work and poor sleep: Does sense of coherence moderate or mediate the associations?
    Mobning på arbejdspladsen, sygefravær og mulige mekanismer
    The role of psychological stress reactions in the longitudinal relation between workplace bullying and turnover
    Exposure to negative acts and risk of turnover: a study of a register-based outcome among employees in three occupational groups
    Does perceived stress mediate the association between workplace bullying and long-term sickness absence?
    The role of poor sleep in the relation between workplace bullying/unwanted sexual attention and long-term sickness absence
    Negative acts at work as potential bullying behavior and depression: Examining the direction of the association in a 2-year follow-up study
    Workplace bullying, sleep problems and leisure-time physical activity: a prospective cohort study
  • Konferenceabstrakt til konference (5)
    A cohort study on self-reported role stressors at work and poor sleep: Does sense of coherence moderate or mediate the associations?
    Do Work units where bulling is present have more long-term sickness absence?
    The role of psychological stress reactions in the longitudinal relation between workplace bullying and turnover
    Workplace bullying and suicide risk: A register-based study of 78,972 participants in Denmark
    When do negative acts reflect experienced workplace bullying? Identifying optimal cut-off points on the Short-Negative Act Questionnaire