WORK CONTEXT TAXONOMY (PROTOTYPE, CURRENT TAXONOMY SHOWNUSING TRACK CHANGES)

Interpersonal Relationships

Communication

Role relationships

Responsibility to others

Conflictual contact

Physical Work Conditions

Work setting

Environmental conditions

Job hazards Demands

Body positioning

Work attire

Structural Job Characteristics

Criticality of position

Routine vs. challenging work

Pace and scheduling

Competition

NOTE: The higher order factors within the prototype and current taxonomies are shown. The list does not include the specific descriptors.

SOURCE: Adapted from Peterson et al. (1997, Figure 7-2). Reprinted with permission.



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