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Relationship of occupational stress and psychosocial stress to health promotion behavior in female office workers and emotional labor workers for sales
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Relationship of occupational stress and psychosocial stress to health promotion behavior in female office workers and emotional labor workers for sales
Han, Won Sun; Lee, Kang-Sook; Lee, Yeji; Gu, Hyejin; Lee, Binna; Cho, Hyun-Young; Park, Yong-Jun;
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 Abstract
Objectives: The aim of this study was to evaluate the relationship of occupational stress and psychosocial stress to health promotion behaviors depending on characteristics of female office workers and emotional labor workers for sales. Methods: A survey of 207 female service workers engaging in sales of cosmetics in major department stores and 149 females working in the offices of cosmetics companies was carried out using a self-administered questionnaire. Results: It showed a significant difference in job demand and insufficient job control which are sub-domains of stress. The percentage of emotional laborers exposed to a high risk of psychosocial stress was higher than office workers. In office workers, occupational stress stemmed from insufficient job control and low reward of work was significantly related to psychosocial stress. But in emotional labor workers, stress from job insecurity, and organizational system were added. The relevant factors that affect health promotion behaviors were type of occupational stress, psychosocial stress, marital status, educational level and working career. Conclusions: Occupational stress and psychosocial stress were closely associated with health promotion behaviors. It was suggested that the development of health promotion programs which reduce the stress in female office and emotional labor workers.
 Keywords
female;office workers;emotional labor workers for sales;occupational stress;psychosocial stress;health promotion behavior;
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English
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