Our Work, Learning and Wellbeing evidence programme is consulting on its priorities and focus. We’re looking for feedback from individuals as well as from civil society groups, charities and professional institutions. We are seeking responses by 9th October 2015
Responses should be submitted via the survey here
You can download the questions beforehand to prepare you submission here
Emerging findings from Work, Learning and Wellbeing:
Findings from our analysis of the 2011 Workplace Employment Relations Survey indicate that elements of wellbeing tend to cluster together – both for individuals and organisations. Where workers experience positive moods and emotions about work, they also experience more job satisfaction, commitment to the organisation, and trust in management. Also, in such organisations, both workers and managers report a positive employment relations climate. Such organisations may also have better economic performance, lower injury and illness rates, and report less staff turnover.
The Work and Learning team are also advertising for staff to support the programme here.
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