Workplace issues/problems can lead to get stress for many individuals since most people spend a third of their adult lives at work. It can lead to a decrease in productivity, absenteeism, lack of concentration, and liable moods.

Thirteen psychosocial risk (PSR) factors have been identified by researchers at Simon Fraser University "based on extensive research and review of empirical data from national and international best practices. The factors were also determined based on existing and emerging Canadian case law and legislation."

The thirteen organizational factors that impact organizational health, the health of individual employees and the financial bottom line, including the way work is carried out and the context in which work occurs, are:

  • Psychological Support
  • Organizational Culture
  • Clear Leadership & Expectations
  • Civility & Respect
  • Psychological Job Fit
  • Growth & Development
  • Recognition & Reward
  • Involvement & Influence
  • Workload Management
  • Engagement
  • Balance
  • Psychological Protection
  • Protection of Physical Safety

Additional Information

GoalsTherapy & Treatment
Insurance CoverageYes

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DateJanuary 10, 2015
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