Health and wellbeing

Health and Wellbeing Blurb…

 
 
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ROWE STUDY

First ever use of control group to measure effectiveness of workplace flexibility program shows increased job satisfaction, reduced burnout and stress.

Findings:

“The results were definitive,” say Moen and Kelly: “employees who participated in the organizational initiative said they felt more control over their schedules, support from their bosses, and were more likely to say they had enough time to spend with their families. Moreover, these employees reported greater job satisfaction and were less burned out and less stressed. They also reported decreases in psychological distress, which captures depressive symptoms that do not amount to clinical depression.”


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— NIH study if possible of other.
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— NIH Study if Possible or other