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2016 | nr 26 | 71--87
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The Application of European Framework Agreement on Work-related Stress in the Context of Polish Enterprises

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The aim of the paper is confrontation of recommendations, arising under the European Framework Agreement on Work-Related Stress (EFA) with the results conducted in enterprises in Poland. The Agreement provided for systematic increase of awarenesst of work-related stress. According to EU Commission Poland, did not fully use the opportunities regarding financing and influencing the different social partners. While confronting the actions described in the reports, the author conducted surveys among 330 organizations.. The results indicate that the awareness and general knowledge grew significantly. However, the frequency regarding taking preventive actions has not increased, except the comprehensive interventions. The last part of the paper includes possible reasons of the observed state of affairs. The paper ends up with suggestions for further actions of reducing the work-related stress.(original abstract)
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