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Workplace counselling can improve attitudes to work and reduce number of sick days

posted 5 Sept 2013, 07:35 by Christine Schneider   [ updated 3 Aug 2016, 03:12 ]
John McLeod's systematic review of the effectiveness of workplace counselling looks at several studies carried out on the subject. What is particularly interesting is that McLeod's work suggests that workplace counselling has a beneficial impact not only on the employees' psychological well-being in general, but also impacts positively attitudes to work and the number of sick days taken, regardless of the theoretical counselling model used.
You can find the paper's abstract and a link to the full text here.