Employees Healthier When Boss Is Flexible

Workers who had more control over their schedules and work days saw improvements in both physical and mental health, according to a review published in The Cochrane Library. "Flexible working initiatives which equip the worker with more choice or control, such as self-scheduling of work hours or gradual or phased retirement, are likely to have positive effects on health and well being," Clare Bambra of Durham University in the U.K., told MedPage Today. Conversely, Bambra and colleagues found...Full Story
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