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J Appl Psychol. 2003 Apr;88(2):276-83.

High-quality work, job satisfaction, and occupational injuries.

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  • 1School of Business, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada. jbarling@business.queensu.ca

Abstract

The authors investigated whether and how 1 element of a high-performance work system, namely high-quality jobs (composed of extensive training, variety, and autonomy), affects occupational injuries. On the basis of data from the Australian WIRS95 database (N = 16,466; Department of Workplace Relations and Small Business, 1997), high-quality jobs exerted a direct effect on injuries and an indirect effect through the mediating influence of job satisfaction. Conceptual, methodological, and practical issues are discussed.

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