English, Article, Journal or magazine article edition: 'Flexible' Work Practices and Occupational Safety and Health: Exploring the Relationship Between Cumulative Trauma Disorders and Workplace Transformation Mark D Brenner; David Fairris; John Ruser

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  • 'Flexible' Work Practices and Occupational Safety and Health: Exploring the Relationship Between Cumulative Trauma Disorders and Workplace Transformation
Author
  • Mark D Brenner
  • David Fairris
  • John Ruser
Physical Description
  • preprint
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  • This paper matches establishment-level data on workplace transformation (e.g., quality circles, work teams, and just-in-time production) with measures of cumulative trauma disorders at these same establishments to explore the relationship between “flexible” workplace practices and workplace health and safety. The results reveal a positive, statistically significant, and quantitatively sizeable relationship between cumulative trauma disorders and the use of quality circles and just-in-time production.
  • RePEc:uma:periwp:wp30
Language
  • English
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