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Purpose – Factors for successful workplace health promotion (WHP) are well described in the literature, but often sourced from evaluations of wellness programmes. Less well understood are the features of an organisation that contribute to employee health which are not part of a health promotion...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to determine the reason for faculty and staff ( N =657; 35 percent males; M age =45.20) at a large Southern university, for either using or not using the free fitness facilities on campus. Design/methodology/approach – Participants identified themselves as...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore barriers to employment for visually impaired (VI) women and potential solutions to those barriers. Design/methodology/approach – Mixed methods, comprising three phases; first, exploratory interviews with VI women ( n =6) and employers ( n =3);...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine whether single‐item measures of job stressor facets were as valid as multiple‐item measures in predicting psychological strain. Single‐item measures are more time and cost efficient than multiple‐item measures and may also have psychometric...
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