Survey Finds High Levels of Work-related Stress Among Flight Attendants


Kelleher, Caroline and McGilloway, Sinéad (2005) Survey Finds High Levels of Work-related Stress Among Flight Attendants. Cabin Crew Safety, 40 (6). pp. 1-5. ISSN 1057-5553

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Abstract

Of those surveyed at a major airline in Ireland, more than half of the flight attendants believed that there was an unsatisfactory ‘fit’ between their skills and their jobs, and three-quarters said that they typically felt conflict between their employer’s expectations and their own desires.

Item Type: Article
Keywords: flight attendants; safety; stress; skills deficit;
Academic Unit: Faculty of Science and Engineering > Psychology
Item ID: 9314
Depositing User: Dr. Sinéad McGilloway
Date Deposited: 22 Mar 2018 16:45
Journal or Publication Title: Cabin Crew Safety
Publisher: Flight Safety Foundation
Refereed: Yes
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