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The Impacts of Job Stress and Ego-resilience on Recovery Experience from Job Stress in the Container Terminal Workers
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The Impacts of Job Stress and Ego-resilience on Recovery Experience from Job Stress in the Container Terminal Workers
Lee, Sang Min; Moon, Hye Kyung; Oh, Hyang Ok; Choi, Eun Kyung; Woo, Kyung Mi; Lee, Ji Hyun;
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 Abstract
Purpose: This study was conducted to identify the factors affecting container terminal worker`s recovery experience from job stress. Methods: The subjects were 299 workers from one S dock in P city. Data were collected from April 5 to June 5, 2015 and analyzed by SPSS/WIN 18.0 program using descriptive statistics, t-test, ANOVA, test, Pearson`s correlation coefficients, and logistic regression. Results: The mean scores of job stress, ego-resilience, and recovery experience from job stress were 47.18, 46.90, and 49.17 respectively. Recovery experience according to the general characteristics showed significant correlation between daily exercise. There was a significant negative correlation between recovery experience and job stress, and a positive correlation between recovery experience and ego-resilience. Recovery experience was 2.54 times higher for a high ego-resilience group than for a low ego-resilience group, and the group that exercised was 2.25 times higher, than the non-exercising group. The group with a low level of interpersonal conflict was 1.97 times higher, than a group with a high level of interpersonal conflict. Conclusion: Based on this study, intervention programs to increase ego-resilience, decrease interpersonal conflict, and encourage over 30-minute-daily exercise for in container terminal workers should be developed to improve recovery experience of job stress.
 Keywords
Recovery of function;Resilience;Stress;Worker;
 Language
Korean
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