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Organizational justice, psychological distress, and stress-related behaviors by occupational class in female Japanese employees.

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Summary of "Organizational justice, psychological distress, and stress-related behaviors by occupational class in female Japanese employees."

Recent evidence has suggested that in Japan, professionals and managers have a higher risk of poor health than other workers (e.g., clerks and manual laborers), and this effect may be stronger among women than men. Low organizational justice, which is known to be a potential risk factor for poor health among employees, may explain the gender-specific association.

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Name: PloS one
ISSN: 1932-6203
Pages: e0214393

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