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Oreyzi H, Barati H. The Effect of Control Strategies and Work-related Demands on the ‎Psychosomatic Complaints and Psychological Tension due to the ‎Modification of Human Resource. Journal title 2014; 8 (1) :10-20
URL: http://rph.khu.ac.ir/article-1-1909-en.html
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Organizational downsizing brings about the change of work-related demands for the remaining employees following the modification. This change can lead to the psychological tension and psychosomatic complaints among the staff. However, goal engagement control strategies can decrease these negative outcomes. The aim of this research was to investigate the effect of control strategies and work-related demands on the psychosomatic complaints and psychological tension. Participants of the study included 624 personnel of an industrial company who were selected randomly and then responded to the research instruments namely work-related demands, control strategies, psychosomatic complaints and psychological tension scales. Findings indicated that the relation between the work-related demands and the psychosomatic complaints and that the relation between the work-related demands and the psychological tension were negative and these relations were higher in the group with more lack of goal engagement. Also, the interaction effect was significant. So the use of goal engagement control strategies in stressful situation can decrease the negative effects of work-related demands and can buffer against the psychosomatic complaints and psychological tension.
     
Type of Study: Research |
Published: 2014/06/15

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