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Research Article

Do Italian Companies Manage Work-Related Stress Effectively? A Process Evaluation in Implementing the INAIL Methodology

Table 4

Descriptive indicators related to the preliminary phase of the INAIL’s methodology to assess and manage the risks related to work-related stress (number of companies interviewed = 124).

Preliminary phase

Implemented
 Yes97.4%
 No2.6%
100.0%
Perceived usefulness
 Mean (ranking 1–5)3.57
 Standard deviation0.785

Involvement

Workers’ involvement
 Yes85.7%
 No14.3%
100.0%
Target of the strategy
 Workers’ representatives for safety27.4%
 Trade union representatives1.0%
 All workers39.3%
 A sample of workers32.3%
100.0%
Way of involvement
 Meetings65.3%
 E-mail7.8%
 Intranet alerts5.4%
 Posts on the bulletin board5.8%
 Brochure15.7%
100.0%

Training

Specific training
 Yes73.8%
 No26.2%
100%
Type of training
 Traditional course85.9%
 E-learning14.1%
100.0%
Perceived usefulness of training
 Mean (ranking 1–5)3.50
 Standard deviation0.741

Identification of homogeneous
groups of workers

Use of ad hoc tools
 Yes74.4%
 No25.6%
100.0%
Perceived usefulness of ad hoc tools
 Mean (ranking 1–5)3.18
 Standard deviation0.724