Margareta Dallner

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STUDY OBJECTIVE The study is an empirical investigation of sickness presenteeism in relation to occupation, irreplaceability, ill health, sickness absenteeism, personal income, and slimmed down organisation. DESIGN Cross sectional design. SETTING Swedish workforce. PARTICIPANTS The study group comprised a stratified subsample of 3801 employed persons(More)
Winners and losers from computerization: A study of the psychosocial work conditions and health of Swedish state employees Gunnar Aronsson a , Margareta Dallner b & Carl Åborg c a Division of Social and Organizational Psychology, National Institute of Occupational Health, Solna, S‐17184, Sweden b National Institute of Occupational Health, c The Swedish(More)
The aim of the study was to investigate the financial circumstances of a group of temporary employees and whether personal financial strain is related to an increased risk of ill-health. The study group consisted of 778 on-call employees. The response rate to a mailed questionnaire was 56 percent. Twenty percent of respondents stated that they had(More)
Within administrative surveying work in Sweden, a transition to a client-centered team-based organization was made during 1998. The aim of this study was to describe the employees' perceptions and expectations of job and organizational practices when working as a generalist in a client-centered team-based organization; job and organizational practices and(More)
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