The psychosocial work environment is concerned with dimensions such as communication styles, workload, support, and motivation which are all relevant to aspects of work organisation, design and management, and interpersonal relationships. Generally we recognise that the psychological and social components of work go a long way in our personal and collective wellbeing: it is often the everyday things which have the power to really make a difference in our working lives. This approach allows us to understand wellbeing as beyond the individual, and related to social context within which they exist and work.
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