Through the use of our quality of working life survey, we have been able to gather data related to a wide range of work life factors and outcomes, and we’re looking at how they interact to predict and explain well-being at work.
We spend a lot of our waking hours at work, and what we do that plays a large part in our identity and self-image. So well-being outcomes like happiness, depression, stress, and enjoyment at work really do matter. Certainly, if we are unhappy at work it can sour how we feel about everything else.
The results from our surveys are helping us to begin to find answers to the following questions:
And not forgetting of course:
The data we've gathered recently sheds some light on these important questions. We’ll be writing up this research soon, but in the meantime, if you're interested in finding out more please get in touch.