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2009, vol. 15, iss. 1-2, pp. 48-53
Mobbing: The toughest form of the stress at work
Dom zdravlja, Tuzla, Bosna i Hercegovina

emailbazijada@yahoo.com
Keywords: stress; psychological terror at work - mobbing; victims of mobbing
Abstract
Ten years ago the World Health Organization declared phenomenon of job stress increasing to worldwide epidemic. One of the most common causes for this type of stress is bad interpersonal relationship, better known as a mobbing. Mobbing is the psychological terror, and it is referred as a form of directed production of stress. The job stress emerges in one third of employees in the countries of European Union (EU), that is 28% or 41,2 million employees, more common in women then in men. All forms of abuse, as well as abuse at work, bear the risk for irreversible health damage, so the biggest problem for researchers is to proof existence of mobbing because the victims are unwilling to talk about this condition. Mobbing causes different psychological and psychosomatic disorders in exposed persons, because of accumulation of negative emotions.
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