‘Management Standards’ and work-related stress in the UK: policy background and science

@article{MacKay2004ManagementSA,
  title={‘Management Standards’ and work-related stress in the UK: policy background and science},
  author={Colin J. MacKay and Rosanna Cousins and P. Kelly and S. Lee and Ron H. McCaig},
  journal={Work & Stress},
  year={2004},
  volume={18},
  pages={112 - 91}
}
  • Colin J. MacKay *, Rosanna Cousins, +2 authors Ron H. McCaig
  • Published 2004
  • Psychology
  • Work & Stress
  • In the late 1990s, the Health and Safety Commission, as the lead authority in the UK responsible for Health and Safety at Work, conducted an extensive consultation exercise to elicit views about how work-related stress should be tackled. The Commission subsequently decided that regulation was not justified and opted for an approach with four strands. One of these was to work with stakeholders to develop clear, agreed standards of good management practice. This paper describes and discusses the… CONTINUE READING
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