WELL-BEING AT WORK: A LEVER FOR SUSTAINABLE PERFORMANCE IN WORKPLACE
 
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University 20 Aout 1955 Skikda, Algeria
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Laboratory of Transportation Engineering and Environment, University of Mentouri Brothers Constantine, Algeria
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Technological University of Gh. Asachi, Iasi, Romania
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Mourad Amrani   

University 20 Aout 1955 Skikda, Algeria
 
Mining Science 2020;27:89–104
 
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In a context of increasing pressure on performance, which affects almost all Algerian companies, question effectiveness of a policy of well-being at work depends on its impact on organizational performance: Numerous figures show costs of psychosocial risks, stress, absenteeism, etc. By virtue of the principle that a happy worker would also be a more productive worker, generating benefit for enterprise and a cost-reducing factor, even generating a better productive and commercial performance. Therefore, to reach these expectations, health culture and well-being at work must be part of basic values of actors of work world who are responsible for implementing an integrated preventive approach in all companies. As a result, an appeal is made to all managers and partners to make a joint commitment to effectively and efficiently reduce causes of work accidents and occupational diseases proliferation: company health, it’s health in the business. From now on, occupational health capital management and well-being of any company is one of its military priorities for its performance. It is part of company strategic objectives and must be taken into account in its daily operation.
 
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