NICE public health guidance: healthy workplaces

Authors: Taylor, E., Mulvihill, C., Baillie, N., & Irwin H.

Source: Public Health (Oxf) 2017; 39 (1): 215-216. doi: 10.1093/pubmed/fdw142

There is strong evidence that (good) work is generally good for people’s physical and mental health and general well-being.There is also a positive association between well-being, job satisfaction and an employee’s job performance—and between supportive supervision and job satisfaction.

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