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Depression in the Workplace A Focus In Law Enforcement and Organizations

Dr. Phillip Clingan
Pierce College, Criminal Justice Department, Associate Adjunct Grand Canyon University, College of Doctoral Studies, Dissertation Chair
Online First: February 13, 2020
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D. P. Clingan, “Depression in the Workplace A Focus In Law Enforcement and Organizations”, sshj, vol. 4, no. 02, pp. 1755-1758, Feb. 2020.

Abstract

Depression in the workplace is majorly caused by high expectations from employees, which subject them to pressure. Varying types of depression differently affect people. However, these types have common symptoms such as aches and pains, lack of energy, sleep changes, and appetite changes. The primary examples of depression include major depression, persistent depression, bipolar disorder, and situational depression. This paper discusses approaches that can be used by law enforcement and organizations to manage depression in the workplace. It also discusses the various categories of depression and how they affect people's daily tasks.

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Published February 13, 2020
Keywords
  • Depression; Major Depression; Persistent Depression; Manic Depression; Situational Depression; Manage Depression; Proactive; and Conditions
How to Cite
[1]
D. P. Clingan, “Depression in the Workplace A Focus In Law Enforcement and Organizations”, sshj, vol. 4, no. 02, pp. 1755-1758, Feb. 2020.

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References

1. Bakker, A. B. (2017). Strategic and proactive approaches to work engagement. Organizational Dynamics, 46(2), 67-75.
2. Burke, W. W. (2017). Organization change: Theory and practice. Sage Publications.
3. Cullen, K., Irvin, E., Van Eerd, D., & Saunders, R. (2018). 549 Preventing work d i s a b i l i t y i n wo r k e r s wi t h depression; a systematic review.
4. Kalb, R., Feinstein, A., Rohrig, A., Sankary, L., & Willis, A. (2019). Depression and Suicidality in Multiple Sclerosis: Red Flags, Management Strategies, and Ethical Considerations. Current neurology and neuroscience reports, 19(10), 77.
5. Lewis, L. (2019). Organizational change: Creating change through strategic communication. John Wiley & Sons.
6. Lin, T. C., Lin, H. S., Cheng, S. F., Wu, L. M., & Ou-Yang, M. C. (2016). Work stress, occupational burnout, and depression levels: a clinical study of pediatric intensive care unit nurses in Taiwan. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 25(7-8), 1120-1130.
7. Ramchand, R., Saunders, J., Osilla, K. C., Ebener, P., Kotzias, V., Thornton, E., & Cahill, M. (2019). Suicide prevention in US law enforcement agencies: A national survey of current practices. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 34(1), 55-66.
8. Teghtsoonian, K. (2017). Depression in workplaces: Governmentality, feminist analysis, and neoliberalism. Critical inquiries for social justice in mental health.
Published February 13, 2020
Keywords
  • Depression; Major Depression; Persistent Depression; Manic Depression; Situational Depression; Manage Depression; Proactive; and Conditions
How to Cite
[1]
D. P. Clingan, “Depression in the Workplace A Focus In Law Enforcement and Organizations”, sshj, vol. 4, no. 02, pp. 1755-1758, Feb. 2020.
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Published February 13, 2020
Keywords
  • Depression; Major Depression; Persistent Depression; Manic Depression; Situational Depression; Manage Depression; Proactive; and Conditions
How to Cite
[1]
D. P. Clingan, “Depression in the Workplace A Focus In Law Enforcement and Organizations”, sshj, vol. 4, no. 02, pp. 1755-1758, Feb. 2020.

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Published February 13, 2020
Keywords
  • Depression; Major Depression; Persistent Depression; Manic Depression; Situational Depression; Manage Depression; Proactive; and Conditions
How to Cite
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D. P. Clingan, “Depression in the Workplace A Focus In Law Enforcement and Organizations”, sshj, vol. 4, no. 02, pp. 1755-1758, Feb. 2020.

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    [1]
    D. P. Clingan, “Depression in the Workplace A Focus In Law Enforcement and Organizations”, sshj, vol. 4, no. 02, pp. 1755-1758, Feb. 2020.