High demands + low control = depression, anxiety
The idea's been around since the 1970s: there’s something toxic about work with high job demands and low job control. Job demands include things like work pace, work intensity and conflicting responsibilities, while job control – also known as decision latitude – refers to a worker’s ability to make decisions about their work. The term “job strain” was coined to describe work situations in which dema...
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