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Ewa Wojtyna and Patrycja Stawiarska

(Psychosocial working conditions. The questionnaire manual). Warsaw: CIOP. Dorz, S., Novara, C., Sica, C. & Sanavio, E. (2003). Predicting burnout among HIV/AIDS and oncology health care workers. Psychology and Health , 18(5), 677-684. Hobfoll, S. E. (2006). Stres, kultura i społeczność (Stress, culture and society). Gdańsk: GWP. Kazarian, S. S. & Martin, R. A. (2004). Humor styles, personality and well-being among Lebanese university students. European Journal of Personality , 18, 209

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Anna Cierniak-Emerych and Kamil Zięba

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Implementation of the corporate social responsibility (CSR) concept is presented, as it applies to the practice of companies. The authors focus on an isolated area of CSR implementation, namely the improvement of working conditions, in the context of selected international standards and norms directly referencing the CSR concept. Circumstances of practical implementations in this area are presented, based on results of pilot empirical studies. The context of the implementations is analysed, as well as their correlations with the task of practical realization of the CSR concept.

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Aleksandra Kanjuo Mrčela and Miroljub Ignjatović

- 232. 6. Ule M, Kuhar M. Mladi, družina, starševstvo. Ljubljana: FDV, 2003. 7. Rener T. Politična ekonomija družinskega dela in novo očetovstvo. Teorija in praksa 2007; 1-2: 127 - 141. 8. Fifth European working conditions survey - 2010. European Foundation 2011. Available September 1, 2012 from: http://www. eurofound.europa.eu/surveys/ewcs/2010/index.htm. 9. Meleis AI. Women‘s work, health and quality of Life. Binghamton: Haworth Medical Press Inc, 2001. 10. Hilfinger Messias DK, Aroha

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José Orosa and Armando Oliveira

, Geneva, 1996. http://www.labour.gov.on.ca/english/hs/guidelines/gl_heat.html NTP 18 (Heat stress evaluation of sever exposures) http://www.insht.es/portal/site/Insht NTP 350. Heat stress evaluation required sweating index. http://www.insht.es/portal/site/Insht ISO 7243. Hot environments. Estimation of the heat stress on working man, based on the WBGT-index (wet bulb globe temperature), 1989. Shuenn-Jyi Wang, Dah-Lih Jeng, Meng-Tsai Tsai. : Early fire detection

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Ružena Králiková and Marieta Maďoranová

References [1]. Parsons, K., Heat Stress ISO 7243 and its Global Application, Industrial Health, Vol. 44, pp. 368–379, (2006). [2]. ISO 9886, Evaluation of thermal strain by physiological measurements, Geneva: International Standards Organisation, (1992). [3]. ISO 7243, Hot Environments—Estimation of the heat stress on working man, based on the WBGT-index (wet ulb globe temperature). Geneva: International Standards Organization, (2003). [4]. ISO 7726, Ergonomics of the thermal environment—Instruments for measuring physical quantities

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Robert Cichowicz, Grzegorz Wielgosiński and Agata Targaszewska

air pollutants and exceedance of health guideline values. Build Environ. 2015;93(1):115-124. DOI: 10.1016/j.buildenv.2015.03.018. [4] Cichowicz R, Wielgosiński G. Effect of meteorological conditions and building location on CO 2 concentration in the university campus. Ecol Chem Eng S. 2015;22(4):513-525. DOI: 10.1515/eces-2015-0030. [5] Budzynowski J, Cembala P. Wentylacja pomieszczeń kotłowni - przepisy i rzeczywistość. (Ventilation of boiler rooms - regulations and reality). Stowarzyszenie Kominy Polskie (Polish Chimneys Association). http

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Andreea Marcu

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Health workforce migration affects healthcare services from all around the world. This present study hypothesized that: Romanian medical students’ preference of a workplace is based not only on factors such as economical, working conditions and professional development, but also on other factors that are more related to personal values. A cross-sectional study was conducted involving 215 medical students from Cluj-Napoca. Students were invited to take part in a career preference questionnaire about: socio-demographic factors, work environment, job characteristics, influence of family and friends and the students’ intention to emigrate. Results show that students would choose a job based on: quality of working conditions, intellectual challenges, job security, the location of job in an urban area, income and a good atmosphere at the workplace. The factors impacting the migration are: quality of working conditions, desire of support from nurses and acceptance of a job even if is far from where the students’ family lives. The results could influence legislation on health and workforce mobility and improve the workforce recruitment, retention and motivation aspects on long-term.

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Jakub Bernatt

Squirrel cage induction motors with idle bars

The paper describes high output induction motors driving large applications of heavy starting conditions. Heavy start is characterised by long accelerating time and occures in drives of hudge inertia torque, esspecially when performed at full load. The reliable operation of the motors depends on proper design and quality of rotor's cage. The aspects of thermal behaviour and electrodynamic forces have to be considered during the design of the motor for hard working conditions. In the paper the rotor with idle bars is investigated.

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Ryszard Cieśliński and Ernest Szum

Arbeitsplatz. Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag. Louis, K.S. & Smith B. (1990). Teacher working conditions. In P. Reyes (Ed.), Teachers and their workplace: commitment, performance and productivity (pp. 23-47). Newberry Park: Sage. Louis, K.S. & Smith B. (1991). Restructuring, teacher engagement and school culture: perspectives on school reform and the improvement of teacher‘s work. International Journal of Research, Policy and Practice, 2(1), 34-52. Solomon, M., Worthy T. & Carter J. (1993). The interaction of school context and the

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Iwona Zdonek, Marzena Podgórska and Beata Hysa

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The article presents results of the qualitative research on competence of project team members in the conditions of remote working. These competences were considered in relation to different roles, which the members of such a team accept. The reference point to studied roles was the concept of Hansen and Allen authorships, and with regard to competence, the author's synthesis of deliberations above their models described in the literature.