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Building Authenticity: A practical resource

About this tool This new evidence-based guide aims to help organisational leaders and HR / wellbeing practitioners to improve their approach to employee wellbeing and achieve performance returns by building authenticity for wellbeing. Created by Dr Rachel Nayani (University of East Anglia) and Dr Marijana Baric (Anglia Ruskin University), it is based on an academic […]

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Supporting the wellbeing of postgraduate research students

Despite increased attention to student mental health in the media and within institutions, the wellbeing of postgraduate research (PGR) students can be overlooked. PGR students are often at greater risk of mental health problems and the PGR experience is normalised as one that is expected to be stressful. A growing body of research and evidence

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Understanding unemployment and poor wellbeing

New research from the Evolve Workplace Wellbeing research team (including researchers from the University of East Anglia, Swansea University, University of Liverpool and University of Sheffield) sheds light on links between unemployment and poor wellbeing, demonstrating why creating good quality, sustainable jobs is crucial to people’s wellbeing. The team investigated the impact of unemployment on

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Taking the good jobs question out to communities

The Good Jobs Project has been an evolving process of research and public engagement on how to create a good experience of work for people in frontline (public-facing) roles – such as retail, hospitality, care, tourism and charities. The project identified and made insight resources on ‘4 boosts for frontline workers’ (available on this site).

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