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We invite you to read a new scientific article about longitudinal associations between psychological climate for caring at work and subsequent mental health, well-being and work outcomes
Psychological climate for caring (PCC) is a psychosocial factor associated with individual work outcomes and employee well-being. Our study shows that there was evidence for an association between PCC and subsequent diagnosis of depression. Increase PCC was associated with decreased odds of depression diagnosis.
We encourage you to read:
Weziak-Bialowolska, D., Lee, M. T., Cowden, R. G., Bialowolski, P., Chen, Y., VanderWeele, T. J., & McNeely, E. (2023). Psychological caring climate at work , mental health , well-being , and work-related outcomes: Evidence from a longitudinal study and health insurance data. Social Science & Medicine, 323, 115841. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2023.115841