Analysis of Wellbeing in Nongovernmental Organizations’ Workplace in a Developed Area Context

@article{NavajasRomero2020AnalysisOW,
  title={Analysis of Wellbeing in Nongovernmental Organizations’ Workplace in a Developed Area Context},
  author={Virginia Navajas-Romero and Lorena Caridad y L{\'o}pez del R{\'i}o and Nuria Ceular-Villamandos},
  journal={International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health},
  year={2020},
  volume={17}
}
An extremely useful theoretical approach to understanding the nature of work, health, and wellbeing is the job demand–control (JDC) model and the job demand–control–support (JDCS) model. In order for professional workers in the nongovernmental organization (NGO) sector to do their job, it is necessary for them to have a feeling of wellbeing. Despite this, in Europe, studies regarding the effects of the JDCS model in relation to workers’ wellbeing have not been carried out. This study is… Expand
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