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The business case for an investment in wellbeing

The World Wellbeing Movement is delighted to announce its first-ever Insights webinar on the topic of workplace wellbeing.

Prof Jan-Emmanuel De Neve, Director of the Wellbeing Research Centre at the University of Oxford and co-founder of the World Wellbeing Movement, will lay out the latest evidence for why an investment in workplace wellbeing is not just the morally right thing to do: but the financially sensible approach, too.

Join us via Zoom at 4.00pm GMT (UTC+0) on Tuesday 21 November to hear some of the latest insights which you can use to inform your organisation’s approach to wellbeing.

Register for free via Zoom.

A research presentation from Prof Andrew Clark

Creating Strategic Wellbeing at Work

Causal identification with subjective outcomes

Twins, Income and Happiness: Evidence from China

Using memories to assess the intrapersonal comparability of wellbeing reports

Using memories to test the interpersonal compatibility of wellbeing reports

Aversion to inequalities in subjective wellbeing: an online survey of the UK public

Emotions, Risk Attitudes and Patience

Social Capital Reduces the Impact of Social Comparisons on Subjective Well-being: Evidence from International Datasets

Accounting for Life’s Ups and Downs: Using High-Frequency Experience Sampling Data to Explain Within-Person Variability and Asymmetry in Happiness