This study examines the managerial challenges and economic contexts of occupational safety and health in Greece as a dimension of national labor standards and working conditions. Empirical data is provided to document areas of Greek occupational safety and health concern. Recommended Greek occupational safety and health best practices are provided to address workplace safety issues and promote sustained economic productivity.
& Farmer, B. M.
(2014). The Challenge of Occupational Safety and Health in Greece. Advances in Management & Applied Economics, 4 (3), 89-95.
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