Further Testing the Impact of Shift Schedule on Task Scale Variables for Medical Laboratory Professionals
Using a broader sample of medical laboratory professionals, this study extended prior work by Blau and Lunz testing the impact of shift schedule on task scales. Overall the results supported the study hypothesis—i.e., medical laboratory professionals on a fixed day shift have lower job content routinization (higher task enrichment) than fixed evening and night and rotating shifts. Future research issues and study limitations are briefly discussed.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2007-12-01
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