Effects of organisational-level interventions at work on employees’ health – A systematic review
DRIVERS (2012-2014) was a three-year research project funded by the 7th Framework Programme. It aims to promote health equity through policy and practice in early childhood development, employment & working conditions, and income & social protection.
Organisational-level workplace interventions are thought to produce more sustainable effects on the health of employees than interventions targeting individual behaviours. However, scientific evidence from intervention studies does not fully support this notion. It is therefore important to explore conditions of positive health effects by systematically reviewing available studies. We set out to evaluate the effectiveness of 39 health-related intervention studies targeting a variety of working conditions.
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