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van Dam, L.M.C. (author), van den Eerenbeemt, J. (author)
public lecture 2019
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van Dam, L.M.C. (author), van den Eerenbeemt, J. (author), Hermans, L.M. (author), van Egmond, M.P. (author), van der Zwaan, G.L. (author)
Introduction Technological disruptions keep advancing, with almost unlimited applications for our daily and working life. Associated with this development is the increasing opposition of criticasters, pointing out that technology may have enabled us, but it has also enslaved us. A broad understanding is needed on how to manage technology,...
conference paper 2018
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Hooftman, W. (author), van Dam, L. (author), van der Klauw, M. (author)
In deze factsheet vindt u een greep uit de gegevens met betrekking tot beroepsziekten die er in de Arbobalans 2016 te vinden zijn.
other 2018
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van Dam, L.M.C. (author), van den Eerenbeemt, J. (author), Hermans, L.M. (author), van Egmond, M.P. (author), van der Zwaan, G.L. (author)
Our daily and working lives are constantly changing. One of the latest developments is the influence of technology, which enriches our working lives by creating new possibilities. However, scientist are also focusing on the negative impact of technology on our working lives. One example is the concept technostress.
public lecture 2018
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van Dam, L.M.C. (author), Steenbeek, R.S. (author), de Vroome, E.M.M. (author)
public lecture 2017
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Kamsteeg-van Egmond, M. (author), van Dam, L. (author), van den Eerenbeemt, J. (author), Hermans, L. (author), van der Zwaan, L. (author)
Vaak associeert men technostress met ‘frustratie met niet-werkende techniek’, ‘gedwongen werken met onbegrijpelijke software’ of ‘digitalisering’. Maar technostress is een veel breder en complexer fenomeen in onze samenleving en op onze werkvloeren geworden. En veel mensen realiseren zich niet dat de belangrijkste oorzaken van technostress zich...
other 2017
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Venema, A. (author), Steenbeek, R. (author), van Dam, L. (author), de Vroome, E. (author)
Objectives: Occupational diseases are common and result in a substantial disease burden and high sickness absence. Reliable data on the incidence and a better understanding of the risk factors will help to develop preventive measures. Methods: Several sources of measuring occupational diseases were analysed and compared: 1) Surveillance Project...
conference paper 2017
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Steenbeek, R. (author), van Dam, L. (author), de Vroome, E. (author)
Oral presentation Eliminating Occupational Disease: Translating Research into Action, EPICOH 2017, EPICOH 2017, 28–31 August 2017, Edinburgh, UK. Objective To identify the main determinants of occupational diseases at both the individual and the population level. Methods This study used data from the Dutch National Working Conditions Survey ...
article 2017
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Frins, W. (author), van Ruysseveldt, J. (author), van Dam, K. (author), van den Bossche, S.N.J. (author)
Purpose. Using the job demands-resources (JD-R) model as a theoretical framework, the purpose of this paper is to investigate how job demands and job resources affect older employees’ desired retirement age, through an energy-depletion and a motivational process. Furthermore, the importance of gain and loss cycles (i.e. recursive effects) for...
article 2016
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Sanders, J.M.A.F. (author), Damen, M.A.W. (author), van Dam, K. (author)
Purpose Based on the theory of planned behaviour and social learning theory, the purpose of this paper is to investigate the effect of training participation and learning experience on the beliefs of low-educated employees about their self-efficacy for learning. Design/methodology/approach Low-educated workers of three different organizations (n...
article 2015
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Ybema, J.F. (author), van Dam, K. (author)
'Serving with a smile' has generally been associated with negative effects for employee well-being. The present study investigated whether emotional display rules also relate to positive outcomes by distinguishing demands to suppress negative emotional response (negative display rules) from demands to express positive emotions (positive display...
article 2014
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