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    • Bullying and work-related stress in the Irish workplace 

      Cullinan, John; Hodgins, Margaret; Hogan, Victoria; McDermott, Michael; Walsh, Sharon (MDPI, 2019-02-13)
      Work-related stress is increasing in prevalence, with important consequences for employees, employers, the economy, and wider society. While previous research has identified a link between work-related stress and bullying, ...
    • 'Choose Safety'. An evaluation of a Health and Safety module for use in secondary schools. Health Promotion Research Centre, NUI, Galway 

      Hodgins, Margaret; Hogan, Victoria; Galvin, Marie (Health Promotion Research Centre, NUI Galway, 2009-01)
      The overall aim of this project was to comprehensively evaluate the pilot of the 'Choose Safety' module developed by the H.S.A. The module is a teaching and learning pack for post-primary students. The main objectives of ...
    • Construction apprentices' attitudes to workplace drug testing in Ireland. 

      Hogan, Victoria; Nic Gabhainn, Saoirse (Ingenta, 2006-03)
      Ireland has become one of the first European countries to legislate for workplace drug testing. However, little is known about the attitudes of Irish workers towards various aspects of workplace drug testing programmes. ...
    • Consulting with citizens in the design of wellbeing measures and policies: lessons from a systems science application 

      Hogan, Michael; Duggan, James; Leyden, Kevin M.; Domegan, Christine; Mc Hugh, Patricia; Hogan, Victoria; Harney, Owen; Groarke, Jenny; Noone, Chris; Groarke, Ann Marie (Springer Verlag, 2014-09-20)
      Internationally, there is increasing interest in, and analysis of, human wellbeing and the economic, social, environmental, and psychological factors that contribute to it. Current thinking suggests that to measure social ...
    • Reconciling work and family life - policy and practice in Ireland. 

      Hodgins, Margaret M.; Hogan, Victoria; Galvin, Marie (Institute of Public Administration, 2007-06)
      The tenn 'work-life balance', virtually unheard of ten years ago, has rapidly entered the lexicon of managers, employers, professionals and journalists alike. Better described as 'reconciling work and family life' in respect ...
    • A study of workaholism in Irish academics 

      Hogan, Victoria; Hogan, Michael; Hodgins, Margaret (Oxford University Press, 2016-05-11)
      Background Workaholism is recognized as a health risk for academics given the open-ended nature of academic work; however, current prevalence rates of workaholism in the academic setting are unknown.Aims To assess the ...