Working in a toxic environment or one in which the mental health of workers is not supported was associated with a three fold increased risk of depression. Additionally, working long hours was linked to an increased risk of death as a result of stroke or a cardiovascular event.
While being treated fairly in a workplace setting is important, distinctive treatment, where a person's skills and qualities are recognized, also provides a sense of value while reinforcing a person's sense of inclusion. Distinctive treatment also boosts mental health.
Study reports night-owls are more likely than early birds to underperform at work and retire early due to ill health or disability.
Those who work in physically demanding jobs have a 55% higher risk of developing dementia than those who have more sedentary careers.
A correlation has been identified between working long hours for ten years and an increased risk of stroke, particularly in those aged under 50.
Study demonstrates the short-term effects of marijuana on human motivation.