According to a recent study, female employees have a higher incidence of psychological distress than their male colleagues in workplaces where there are more men than women. The study monitored the psychological distress and well-being...
Election results are in! Lucy Henry will lead EAPA's Board of Directors as President during the upcoming 2014-2016 term. Joining Lucy on the Executive Committee will be Tamara Cagney as President-Elect, Pam Ruster as Secretary/Treasurer,...
The White House Office of National Drug Control Policy is re-shaping U.S. policy about substance use disorders to include greater emphasis on reducing demand, especially for misuse of prescription drugs. The new emphasis recognizes...
Recently, the federal government tightened the prescribing for the most common form of painkiller in the country, the final step in a policy shift that has been years in the making. The stricter rule for hydrocodone, which is the...
From the aerospace sector to Silicon Valley, engineering has a retention problem: Close to 40 percent of women with engineering degrees either leave the profession or never enter the field. Conventional wisdom says that women in engineering face obstacles such as the glass...
Data monitoring and profiling using employees' personal data could help employers to improve staff well-being and boost motivation levels, according to research by PricewaterhouseCoopers. Its "The future of work: A journey to 2022" report, which surveyed 10,000 employees...
The objective of this study was to examine whether positive mental health — a positively focused well-being construct— moderates the job stress–distress relationship.
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