Presentation Details

The Second International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities

Cultural Identity and Occupational Stress

Victor Savicki, Laura Riolli.


Cultural identity impacts many aspects of living and working. This paper explores the effects of cultural identity on perceived stress and burnout at work. An exploration of cultural dimensions identified by several researchers are offered both singly and in interaction to suggest that some cultures may be more vulnerable to occupational stress.

Presenters

Victor Savicki  (United States)


Western Oregon University



Laura Riolli  (United States)
Professor
Department of Organizational Behaviour
California State University - Sacramento

Dr. Riolli graduated from University of Nebraska – Lincoln with a major in Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources Management. She has taught at Western Oregon University and is currently a faculty member at California State University – Sacramento.

Keywords
  • Cultural Identity
  • Stress
  • Cultural Dimensions



(Virtual Presentation, English)