Evaluating Mental Workload for Improved Workplace Performance

Author (s) : Arturo Realyvásquez-Vargas, Karina Cecilia Arredondo-Soto, Guadalupe Hernández-Escobedo and Jorge González-Reséndiz

Publisher IG Global
Publication Year 2019
Copyright Year 2020
ISBN 9781799810520
Page 334
Language English


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Employees of different labor sectors are involved in different projects and pressed to deliver results in a specific period of time, which increases their mental workload. This increase can lead to a high mental workload, which in turn leads to a decline in job performance. Therefore, strategies for managing mental workload and promoting mental health have become necessary for corporate success.

Evaluating Mental Workload for Improved Workplace Performance is a critical scholarly book that provides comprehensive research on mental workload and the effects, both adverse and positive, that it can have on employee populations as well as strategies for decreasing or deleting it from the labor sector. Highlighting an array of topics such as psychosocial factors, critical success factors (CSF), and technostress, this book is ideal for academicians, researchers, managers, ergonomists, engineers, industrial designers, industry practitioners, and students.