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|French to English translations [PRO]|
Bus/Financial - Human Resources / occupational health problems
|French term or phrase: souffrance au travail|
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- gestion des ressources humaines (souffrance au travail)
The concept encompasses mnay problems suffered by workers, including sexual and other harassement, discrimination stress.
Is there a similar comprehensive term in English -- all I can think of is 'occupational problems', but I think there must be a more precise term
For more info, see:
This seems to be the most commonly used term; whereas distress would be the immediate reaction to the stressful situation, stress is the agent causing the reaction
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|I was looking for the usual EN term, not an exact translation.|
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