Do negative acts in Italian academia have a quadratic relationship with determinants of health?

Salvatore Fadda, Gabriele Giorgi, Juan Luis Benitez Muñoz, Fernando Justicia Justicia, Giuliana Solinas
  • The International Journal of Educational Management, March 2015, Emerald
  • DOI: 10.1108/ijem-06-2013-0097

What is it about?

The purpose of this paper is to investigate the prevalence of workplace negatives acts, the workplace bullying and the effects on the psychological health in an Italian university.

Why is it important?

In particular, a quadratic regression model appears to be more appropriate than a linear model.

Perspectives

Dr salvatore fadda
UNIVERSITY OF SASSARI

Workplace negative acts, stress and wellness evaluation has specific features in the University context, by reason of its mission, which consist in improving innovation and conveying knowledge and social values. All these variables have a great impact on psychosocial wellbeing of all the staff and the students, on job performance and on the quality of services provided.

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