--subdivision Diseases under occupational groups, e.g. Printers--Diseases; and subdivision Employees--Diseases under types of industries, e.g. Construction industry--Employees--Diseases
Work-related musculoskeletal disorders -- See Overuse injuries Here are entered works on chronic inflammatory conditions caused by repeated microtraumas due to repetitious activities. Works on conditions in which internally created forces exceed the strength of a tissue are entered under Overexertion injuries.
Work relief -- See Public service employment Here are entered works on public sector employment as a counter-cyclical policy measure intended to provide jobs for the unemployed as well as to provide economic assistance to distressed areas and state and local governments. Works on government employment in general are entered under Civil service and the subdivision Officials and employees under names of countries, states, etc. --subdivision Officials and employees under names of countries, states, etc.
--subdivision Job satisfaction under occupational groups and types of employees
Work schedules -- See Hours of labor Here are entered works on the hours that employees are at work. Works on the number of hours of labor necessary to accomplish a task are entered under Labor time. Works on the units produced by workers in relation to a given effort or unit of time expended are entered under Labor productivity.
Work sharing -- See Also Job sharing Here are entered works on the sharing of one full-time job or position by two or more persons as an alternative to the traditional work week. Works on the spreading of available work among members of a working group to avoid redundancy or layoff, or to equalize the distribution of income among them, are entered under Work sharing.
--subdivision Job stress under classes of persons and ethnic groups; and subdivision Officials and employees--Job stress under names of countries, cities, etc. and names of individual government agencies
Work-study plan -- See Education, Cooperative Here are entered works dealing with the plan of instruction under which students spend alternating periods in school and in a practical occupation.