A systematic review of the factors affecting the provision of social support from co-workers during the return-to-work process

  • Published 2016


Work, in the majority of cases, has been shown to have greater benefits to health and well-being than unemployment. Waddell and Burton (2006) found that for most people work provides resources necessary for economic well-being. Furthermore they reviewed strong evidence that work also allows individuals to meet their psychosocial needs for identity, self… (More)