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Hammig, O., Gutzwiller, F. and Bauer, G. (2009) Work-Life Conflict and Associations with Work- and Nonwork- Related Factors and with Physical and Mental Health Outcomes: A Nationally Representative Cross-Sectional Study in Switzerland. BMC Public Health, 9, 435.

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  • TITLE: The Influence of Socio-Demographic, Health and Work-Related Factors on Health-Related Quality of Life among Iranian Industrial Workers

    AUTHORS: Sayed Mohammad Taghavi, Hamidreza Mokarami, Morteza Nazifi, Alireza Choobineh, Hossein Marioryad, Mehdi Faraji Kujerdi

    KEYWORDS: Health-Related Quality of Life, World Health Organization Quality of Life-Brief, WHOQOL-Brief, Industrial Workers, Iran

    JOURNAL NAME: Health, Vol.6 No.16, September 18, 2014

    ABSTRACT: Health-related quality of life (HRQOL) has not been investigated among Iranian industrial workers. The present paper aimed to study the influence of the socio-demographic, health and work-related factors on HRQOL among Iranian industrial workers. In this cross-sectional study, participants were 280 workers of two factories. The Persian version of World Health Organization Quality of Life-Brief (WHOQOL-BREF) was used to assess the HRQOL. A questionnaire was developed to assess the socio-demographic, health and work-related factors. Results showed that the means (SD) of physical health, psychological health, social relationships, and environment domains of HRQOL were 13.2 (2.7), 13.3 (2.6), 14.2 (3.5) and 12.6 (2.5), respectively. A multiple linear regression showed that types of job, exercise activity, working schedule, sleep quality, smoking, and conflict between work and social life were significantly associated with physical health domain; whereas, working schedule, marital status, working demand, sleep quality, BMI, and conflict between work and individual life were significantly associated with psychological health domain. Working schedule, working demand, sleep quality, conflict between work and individual life, and having children over two years were significantly associated with social relationship domain; however, working demand, working schedule, smoking, sleep quality, working hour, job satisfaction, marital status and exercise activity were significantly associated with environment domain. Collectively, work-related factors including unhealthy working conditions, unsafe working environments, long working hours, irregular working schedules, and the lack of occupational training may negatively influence the HRQOL of workers. To improve workers’ HRQOL, intervention programs should focus on improving work environment, working schedule, occupational training and restricting working hours.