Work engagement and its association with occupational sitting time: results from the Stormont study

  title={Work engagement and its association with occupational sitting time: results from the Stormont study},
  author={Fehmidah Munir and Jonathan Houdmont and Stacy A Clemes and Kelly J Wilson and Robert Kerr and Ken Addley},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
BACKGROUND Evidence suggests that poor health outcomes and poor work-related health outcomes such as sickness presenteeism are associated with excessive sitting at work. Studies have yet to investigate the relationship between work engagement and occupational sitting. Work engagement is considered to be an important predictor of work-related well-being. We investigated the relationship between and self-reported work engagement and high occupational sitting time in Northern Ireland Civil Service… CONTINUE READING
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