Objective and subjective work monotony: effects on job satisfaction, psychological distress, and absenteeism in blue-collar workers.

@article{Melamed1995ObjectiveAS,
  title={Objective and subjective work monotony: effects on job satisfaction, psychological distress, and absenteeism in blue-collar workers.},
  author={Samuel Melamed and Irit Ben-Avi and Judith Luz and M S Green},
  journal={The Journal of applied psychology},
  year={1995},
  volume={80 1},
  pages={29-42}
}
The relation of objective work conditions (work underload, repetitive or varied work) and subjective monotony to job satisfaction, psychological distress, and sickness absence was examined in 1,278 male and female workers. Subjective monotony was moderately related to the objective work conditions. Hierarchical regression analyses showed that the effects on all outcomes were partially mediated by subjective monotony and were also directly related to repetitive work and work underload. Job… CONTINUE READING

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