2013, Number 1
Revista Cubana de Salud y Trabajo 2013; 14 (1)
Marrero SML, Sarduy VO, Pastor AME, González GOA, Arredondo NOF, del Toro RR, Trujillo BWG, Peñalver GLE, Remior FE, Beltrán RAC
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ABSTRACTA study of job stress screening using the Job Stress Survey was carried out in 84 workers of different laboratories in the Pharmaceutical and Chemical Industry (Quimefa) in Havana. These results suggest the presence of job stress from the application of Job Stress Survey. Sex was the variable that correlated with the two subscales of the instrument: the intensity and frequency. Women experienced more intensely than men working pressure, lack of support and lack of working organization. Women also reported more frequently be exposed to a lack of support and to a lack of working organization.