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|Abstract:||本研究旨在探討職場工作者之室內物理環境滿意程度與工作生活品質、自覺健康狀況的現況及其影響因素。採自編的結構式問卷調查。研究結果如下： 一、工作生活品質(QWL)、自覺健康狀況屬於中等偏低的情形。 室內物理環境滿意程度屬於中等偏高情形。QWL需要程度屬於中等偏高，QWL滿意程度則是中等偏低。 二、QWL滿意程度會因教育程度不同而有顯著差異。QWL滿意程度與自覺健康狀況及物理環境滿意程度呈顯著正相關。 三、室內物理環境滿意程度會因工作部門不同而有顯著差異。 四、工作年資、及疾病罹患情形與自覺健康狀況呈顯著負相關。 五、自覺健康狀況與室內物理環境滿意程度為工作生活品質的重要預測變項，以自覺健康狀況的影響力最大。工作年資、工作尊榮需求程度及工作內容滿意程度為自覺健康狀況顯著預測變項，總共解釋25.4%的變異量。 本研究依據研究結論提出建議，以資公司推動員工健康促進計畫及後續研究者?酌參考。|
This study aims to understand the relationships between Employee’s satisfaction of indoor physical environment, quality of work life (QWL), and general health perceptions. A total of 302 employee’s from a computer company are included. The data is collected through structural questionnaires or interview with valid enrollment of employee’s. the main findings are as follows: 1. The scores employee’s QWL and general health perception are low. However, indoor physical environmental satisfaction is high. QWL need is also high, on contrast, QWL satisfaction is lower. 2. The employee’s of different educational levels showed significant differences in their QWL satisfaction. QWL satisfaction is positively associated with general health perception and physical environmental satisfaction. 3. The employee’s of different department showed significant differences in their Indoor physical environmental satisfaction. 4. Working experience and with more diseases are positively associated with general health perception. 5. General health perception and physical environmental satisfaction were both the significant predictors to QWL. The general health perception was the most powerful predictor. Working experience, job honor need and satisfied with job content were the significant predictors and account for 25.4% variance to general health perception. Based on this study, the results can be used as the reference of health policy making, health care practice, education, and also as the recommendation for the future research.
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