Labour Law, Employees’ Capability for Voice, and Wellbeing: A Framework for Evaluation
Journal of Human Development and Capabilities
Recognizing and correcting positive bias: The salient victim effect
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology
Non-Positive Experiences Encountered by Pupils During Participation in a Mindfulness-Informed School-Based Intervention
School Mental Health
Nudges can be both autonomy-preserving and effective: evidence from a survey and quasi-field experiment
Behavioural Public Policy
Happiness predicts compliance with preventive health behaviours during Covid-19 lockdowns
Employees’ satisfaction with their company strongly correlated with employee productivity.
Prof Sir Cary Cooper shared ideas on how to create a strategic framework for wellbeing at work.
Employee satisfaction – and its effect on productivity – may be key to the future of work.
Prof Alex Bryson shared compelling evidence for a widespread gender wellbeing gap.
Prof Carol Graham has called for hope to be added to standard wellbeing measures.
Dr Redzo Mujcic shared work which reveals a hidden ‘over-the-hill’ phenomenon.
We finally have good data on what makes people happy. Why are we afraid to use it?
Michael Plant on why he wants to move from a welfare state to a well-being state’
Oxford study cited as one of the key pillars of understanding workplace wellbeing.
Karolina Korgul is a Research Assistant at the Wellbeing Research Centre, following the completion of her MSc in Social Data Science at the University of Oxford.
Her research focuses on analysing and forecasting employee wellbeing such as happiness, satisfaction, stress, and purpose. She is also particularly interested in the future of AI-driven work, with a special focus on healthcare and how can these phenomena be quantified and measured to best describe the reality.