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A research presentation by Prof Daniel J. Benjamin

Decomposing variance in job quality: the role of the workplace

Sustaining Workplace Health & Wellbeing Programmes

Subjective changes or subjective levels in life satisfaction: which performs better?

Wellbeing and Climate Change

Assessing data quality in a Big convenience sample of work wellbeing

Valuing the Human; Psychosocial Safety Climate as the ‘Cause of the Causes’ of Work Stress

From obscurity to mainstream, Psychosocial Safety Climate (PSC) has emerged as a prominent evidence based multilevel theory for explaining worker psychological health and wellbeing. PSC refers the organisation’s safety management system for psychosocial risk factors at work. PSC is a leading indicator of a wide range of future psychosocial risks and mental health outcomes. Despite progress in national policy approaches to require the assessment of psychosocial risk, there is a blind spot in recognising that the biggest risk of all is a poor organisational system (i.e., PSC), which can be assessed, benchmarked and regulated. Eyes wide open, work-related mental health problems are increasing so is makes sense to target root causes.  How PSC forms, is linked to socioeconomic political systems, national policy, and union density and is transmitted within organisations, relates to psychosocial risks, predicts workers compensation claims and costs, relates to depression and antidepressants, can be improved in interventions, and forms the foundation of human-centred future of work, are themes in the crosshairs for discussion in the presentation.

Setting Wellbeing Priorities in the Real World

Digital well-being in the Global South

The business case for an investment in wellbeing

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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.

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