Organization of Work: Measurement Tools for Research and Practice
Links to National Surveys on Working Conditions
This links page is a work in progress. It will be updated as we learn of additional Web sites about national surveys of working conditions. Please send us an e-mail with the Web address of other national surveys not listed.
Please note: The presence of these links does not mean that these national surveys, and the methodological approaches they represent, are endorsed by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). These hyperlinked pages are provided with the goal of sharing information on measurement tools in use at the national level.
National Surveys in the United States
National Surveys outside the United States
- Dollard M, Skinner N, Tuckey MR, Bailey T (2007). National Surveillance of Psychosocial Risk Factors in the Workplace: An International Overview. Work & Stress, 21(1):1-29.
Content areas: psychosocial risks, surveillance, monitoring, work-related stress, occupational health, risk assessment.
- Sauter SL and Murphy LR (2003). Monitoring the Changing Organization of Work: International Practices and New Developments in the United States. Social and Preventive Medicine, 48(6):341-348.
Content areas: work organization, work practices, surveillance programs, monitoring, questionnaires, occupational safety and health.