New Zealand Psychosocial Survey
The recent New Zealand Psychosocial Survey assessed a wide range of psychosocial factors in NZ workers using the Copenhagen Psychosocial Questionnaire (COPSOQ). Bullying was the most common hostile act reported. The most common risks were the speed and intensity of work, the need to conceal feelings from others and workload. Protective factors were security over working conditions, sense of community at work, role clarity and meaning of work.