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  • The research was published in the British Journal of Management
  • The three-year comprehensive study used data from 7,785 UK employees
  • The study looked at personal, social, lifestyle and workplace information from the employees 

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Employers take note! Here's how you can improve staff well-being

Programmes aimed at improving and maintaining employees’ mental health and well-being have shown to improve social relationships and reduce bullying in the workplace.

A new study has found that participation in workplace health and welfare programmes can improve the quality of work relationships and reduce bullying. The findings of the research were published in the British Journal of Management.

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The three-year comprehensive study used data from 7,785 UK employees across 64 organisations. The study looked at personal, social, lifestyle and workplace information from the employees using self-report questionnaires.

As per researchers, improving workplace relationships through health and well-being programmes halt the onset of workplace bullying and improve long-term mental health of employees.

By offering such programmes, organisations not only directly affect employees' well-being but also create a culture of positive change in which employees are more likely to thrive, the team concluded.

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