Researchers at Queen Mary University of London have said that helping workers feel better at work is about improving positive factors, not just reducing the negative ones and that the amount of job control and job strain workers experience may affect their well-being.

Their study is based on data from 5,182 civil servants. Low levels of job strain and high levels of job control corresponded with higher well-being scores. Supportive personal relationships also contribute to well-being.

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