Highlights – June 2017

New research into workplace culture, by researchers at the University of Birmingham, has found that employees with higher levels of autonomy in their work report higher overall well-being and levels of job satisfaction.  The research, published recently in the journal Work and Occupations, examines levels of autonomy for 20,000 employees who participated in the Understanding Society survey.

This survey found that levels of autonomy differed considerably between occupations and by gender.  Those working in management reported t.....

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