Wellbeing at work


Employee wellbeing is increasingly a board priority, and many organisations are investing in activities to support and promote the health and wellbeing of their people. All too often however, investments are not realised as interventions are not sufficiently supported or do not reach those most in need. This session will introduce the field of wellbeing at work, current thinking on what drives wellbeing and how it can be measured. We will consider how data can be used to accelerate our understanding of what works, for whom, when - and to help organisations to make better policy and practice decisions


Dr Jo Yarker

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