occupational neurosis n.
A neurotic reaction to one’s work in which extreme tension and anxiety develop and are manifested by such symptoms as muscle cramps or spasms during work-related tasks. Also called professional neurosis.
- Occupational pension
noun 1. a pension scheme provided for the members of a particular occupation or by a specific employer or group of employers 2. a pension derived from such a scheme
- Occupational psychology
noun 1. (psychol) the study of human behaviour at work, including ergonomics, selection procedures, and the effects of stress
noun 1. a form of therapy in which patients are encouraged to engage in vocational tasks or expressive activities, as art or dance, usually in a social setting. noun 1. (med) treatment of people with physical, emotional, or social problems, using purposeful activity to help them overcome or learn to deal with their problems occupational […]
- Occupation franchise
noun 1. (Brit) the right of a tenant to vote in national and local elections