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1.11711 Traumatic Events, Police and Stress.
This paper examines traumatic events as stressors in the lives of police officers. It identifies traumatic events, the stressor they represent and the impacts of this stress. It also outlines police programs to deal with occupational stress caused by traumatic events. 6 pgs, bibliography lists 6 sources.
Bibliography: 6 source(s) listed
Filename: 11711 Police and Stress.doc
2.6601 Star Employee Burn Out.
This is a 5-page paper in essay style that suggests methods by which employee burnout can be prevented in the workplace. 5 pgs. No bibliography listed.
Bibliography: 0 source(s) listed
Filename: 6601 Star Employee Burnout.doc
3.6812 Workplace Emotions.
This five-page undergraduate paper examines and analyzes workplace emotions in the United States, particularly as the issue relates to industries and workers in the southeastern United States. The focus is general in nature, but conditions in Southern textile plants are discussed more than any other industry. 5 pgs. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Bibliography: 3 source(s) listed
Filename: 6812 Workplace Emotions.doc
4.11999 Police Stress: How Widespread, How Harmful?
Many professions carry inherently high levels of stress as part of the daily job. Emergency medical workers, firefighters and, especially, police officers fall into this category. This paper deals with the stresses police officers face daily and the consequences of this stress. 10 pgs, bibliography lists 8 sources.
Bibliography: 8 source(s) listed
Filename: 11999 Police Stress.doc
This eight-page undergraduate paper discusses compliance, and examines its behavioral, social and psychosocial aspects. Several health promotion strategies are discussed. Mediators that prevent compliance also are discussed. 8 pgs. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Bibliography: 2 source(s) listed
Filename: 5298 Compliance.doc
6.12104 HIV Carriers In The Workplace.
This twelve-page undergraduate paper sheds light on some important issues related to employment of HIV infected people. With dramatic increase in HIV patients worldwide, several problems have surfaced regarding the rights of this group in the society and in workplace. Corporations are still uncertain how an HIV infected employee should be covered by medical insurance when pre-existing conditions can be a huge burden on a company's financial resources. Discrimination based on valid concerns and pure social prejudice has made life difficult for the infected portion of American workforce, as they are not treated fairly in the workplace if they disclose the truth and certain professions have imposed restrictions on the entry of infected people. 12 pgs, bibliography lists 6 sources.
Bibliography: 6 source(s) listed
Filename: 12104 HIV Carriers Workplace.doc
7.12164 Stress and Stressors in the Workplace: Reducing and Eliminating Work- Related Stress.
This paper addresses the stressors that are found therein and examines steps that can be taken to eliminate stress in the workplace. The intent of eliminating stress is to create a safe and more productive working environment for all employees. 7 pgs, bibliography lists 5 sources.