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A Study on the Characteristics of Injured Workers Rate and Work Environment of Male Workers for over 40 years
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A Study on the Characteristics of Injured Workers Rate and Work Environment of Male Workers for over 40 years
Choi, Kil-Yong; Yang, Kyung-Soo;
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 Abstract
Objectives : Using several waves of the Panel Study of Worker`s Compensation Insurance(PSWCI), this study analyzed the effect of work hours on health and lifestyle of Korean workers in a sample from the 2013~2014 year (The first survey was completed in August-October 2013; the second survey was completed in August-October 2014). Methods : The research subjects were 1,312 men from among employees who responded to a 2013 PSWCI panel report. Statistical analyses were done with SAS version 9.3 (SAS Institute Inc., Cary, NC, USA). Results : According to the results of the analysis, the male subjects had differences in economic activity and health conditions based on the length of working hours. There was a significant relationship among working hours and life satisfaction, and the correlation coefficients were statistically significant. The results show that workplace conditions has a direct positive effect on life satisfaction as we anticipated in the hypothesis. Conclusions : Management should focus on the factors identified in this study when developing employment interventions programs to improve the the promotion of healthy lifestyles for adults over the age of 40.
 Keywords
Workplace Conditions;Panel Study;Employees;Survey;Health;
 Language
Korean
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