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ID (ISN) del documento59676
Número CIS 93-689
ISSN - Título de la serie Japanese Journal of Public Health
Año 1990
Número de serie
Autor(es) Tarumizu K., Hagibara A., Morimoto K.
Título Working hours and commuting time from the point of view of occupational health management - A study on the influence on lifestyle
Título original Shokuiki no kenkō kanri kara mita rōdō jikan to tsūkin jikan - raifusutairu e no eikyō ni tsuite no kōsatsu [en japonés]
Información bibliográfica Mar. 1990, Vol.39, No.3, p.163-171. Illus. 31 ref.
Resumen A survey was conducted among non-outdoor company workers on the influence of working and commuting time on lifestyle. Lifestyle was assessed in terms of daily habit items - smoking, drinking, exercise, sleeping hours, obesity, breakfast-taking, nutritional balance - and social life items - motivation to work, stress, social support, relaxation at home. Only 4.3% of workers worked more than 11 hours daily, while the majority worked 8 hours. When working time exceeded 10 hours, both daily habits and social life tended to become unsatisfactory. The commuting time, which was relatively short in general due to the adoption of flexible working hours, had no significant effects on lifestyle. Even in a community where working and commuting time was not excessively long, working hours had a significant effect on lifestyle, which should be considered in the health management of workers.
Descriptores (primarios) trayecto del domicilio al trabajo; horarios de trabajo; psicología y sociología
Descriptores (secundarios) relaciones humanas; motivación; trabajo de oficina; horario flexible; clima social
Tipo de documento D - Artículos periódicos
País / Estado o ProvinciaJapón
Tema(s) Fisiología del trabajo
Broad subject area(s) Fisiología, ergonomía
Navegación por categoria(s) Hours of work
Psychological factors