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Healthy at work: "Occupational health management is a win-win situation"

Interview with Dr. Elke Ahlers, Research Unit "Quality of Work" at the Institute of Economic and Social Research (WSI), Hans Böckler Foundation

03/22/2017

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Dr. Elke Ahlers; © Foto Schmidt

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Not many people like to admit that their psyche no longer plays along. Too many still must fear a stigma, that they are not strong enough for the job; & Copy panthermedia.net/Gernot Krautberger

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To complain about physical work and to demand changes is often easier than to talk about psychic "weaknesses". But no one can constantly work under time pressure or when intermittent interruptions occur; & Copy; Panthermedia.net/Dima Sidelnikov

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