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References

(1) Kahnemann, D., Diener, E., Schwarz, N. (Eds) 1999. Well-Being. The Foundations of Hedonic Psychology. New York: Russel Sage Foundation. Chapter Well-being and the Workplace by Peter Warr, pp. 392-412 & Chapter Causes and Correlates of Happiness by Michael Argyle, pp. 353-373

(2) Waddel, G. & Burton, A.K. (2006) Is work good for your health and well-being? London: TSO (The Stationary Office)

(3) Layard R. (2004) Good jobs and bad jobs. CEP Occasional Paper No19. London: Centre for Economic Performance

(4) Coats, D. & Max, C. (2005) Healthy work: productive workplaces. Why the UK needs more ?good jobs?. The Work Foundation. The London Health Commission.

(5) Marmot, Michael (2004) Status Syndrome. Bloomsbury

(6) Black, C.D. (2008) Review of the health of Britains`s working population. Working for a healthier tomorrow. London: TSO (The Stationary Office)

(7) PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP for the Health Work Well-being Executive (2008) Building the case for wellness

(8) Mental Health and Work (2008) Royal College of Psychiatrists for the cross-government Health, Work and Well-being programme

(9) Lisa Given and Catriona Webster (2008) Scottish Social Attitudes Survey 2007, Core Module, Report 2: Subjective perceptions of well-being in Scotland. Scottish Government Social Research, Office of the Chief Researcher, Scottish Centre for Social Research
 
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