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A Study on Workplace Employee Sleep Quality and Related Factors - A Survey in a High-tech Factory R& D Department in New Taipei City
employees of research and development department
The purpose of this study was to understand the current state of sleep quality of R&D Department in a High-Tech Factory, and to explore the relationship between background variables, physical activity and sleep quality. Research subjects are employee in R&D Department in a High-Tech factory in New Taipei. Cross-sectional questionnaire survey method was used to purposive sampling the R&D Department. A total of 158 effective questionnaire was collected, and the effective recovery rate was 96%. Research results are summarized as follows: 1.56.3% of employee in the R&D Departmentof this High-Tech factory did not have enough physical activity. Employee engaged in vigorous physical activity spent an averaged of 2.80 days per week and averaged 37.29 minutes for each physical activity. Employee with moderate physical activity spent an averaged 2.74 days per week and averaged 25.47 minutes for each physical activity. Employee's walking activities averaged 4.44 days per week and 34.80 minutes for each activity. The averaged sedentary time for R&D personnel is 8.39 hours per day. 2.60.1% of the R&D personnel in this High-Tech factory have poor sleep quality, and 56.3% have insufficient physical activity. Quality of sleep has no significant difference in employee's background variables. 3.Employee's physical activity were significantly different in different “gender”. The physical activity of males is higher than that of females. And the other background variables did not show any significantly different. 4.Employee's background variables and physical activity cannot effectively predict their sleep quality. This study presents recommendations for further research in workplace sleeping quality. Further study may include more diverse variables such as eating behavior, pressure from work, life satisfaction, and depression as prediction variables. Key Words: sleep quality, physical activity, employees of research and development department
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