Work-Related Mental Health and Job Performance: Can Mindfulness Help?

@article{Gordon2014WorkRelatedMH,
  title={Work-Related Mental Health and Job Performance: Can Mindfulness Help?},
  author={William Van Gordon and Edo Shonin and Masood Zangeneh and Mark D. Griffiths},
  journal={International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction},
  year={2014},
  volume={12},
  pages={129-137}
}
Work-related mental health issues such as work-related stress and addiction to work impose a significant health and economic burden to the employee, the employing organization, and the country of work more generally. Interventions that can be empirically shown to improve levels of work-related mental health—especially those with the potential to concurrently improve employee levels of work performance—are of particular interest to occupational stakeholders. One such broad-application… CONTINUE READING
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