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Screening for Workplace Disorders in the Bell-Equipment Company in Lubumbashi

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.10, No. 7)

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Page : 968-973

Keywords : company; workplace disorders;

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This study is carried out in the city of Lubumbashi, capital of Haut-Katanga province, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It concerns professional ambivalence states that affect the functioning of the brain and generate professional behavior disorders. The agents of a company qualified for work in the fields of importation, distribution, repair and maintenance of agricultural, mining and forestry equipment and materials were chosen as participants in this research. The random selection, through the Faverges table, resulted in a representative group of fifty subjects divided into four departments. Direct observation, a questionnaire and documentary technique are the three instruments used to produce the information sought. This research has successfully confirmed the hypothesis that professional ambivalence states are experienced and verbalized situations that modify the functioning of the brain and generate professional behavior disorders. It revealed, in the chosen company, unfavorable facts which explain the low investment of the agents at work, the lack of appropriation and internalization of the objectives of their professional environment on the one hand and on the other hand of the adaptations secondary ones such as the wig phenomenon, learned helplessness syndrome, Buddy-punching and peddling.

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