Supporting employee wellbeing is core to protecting the financial and motivational health of organisations. Providing flexible work practices, encouraging work/life balance and making sure the workplace is free of bullying are all strategies known to help promote and support employee wellbeing. The application of positive psychology principles in the workplace is a welcome addition in this area.
Please refer to the following list for Voice Project’s articles & research in employee wellbeing
or to measure employee wellbeing in your workplace consider our employee engagement survey.
Voice Project's practice guides
Voice Project's research in wellbeing
- Masquerade or Meaningful? Promoting Wellbeing at Work: The positive transformation of Knox Grammar School [video 1][video 2] (by Dr Steve Zolezzi and Mr Scott James, presentation at Voice Project Breakfast, 2013)
- Masquerade or Meaningful? Positive Psychology at Work [video 1][video 2](by Dr Suzy Green, presentation at Voice Project Breakfast, 2013)
- The long weekend: how you can relax and rejuvenate (by Dr Peter Langford, published in the Australian Business Solutions, 2011)
- Work-life balance or work-life alignment? A test of the importance of work-life balance for employee engagement and intention to stay in organisations (by Dr Louise Parkes & Dr Peter Langford, published in Journal of Management and Organisation, 2008)
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- If you don't know where you're going you won't know how to get there: Clarifying the importance of work-life balance (by Dr Louise Parkes & Dr Peter Langford, published in Illuminations, Dec, 2008)
- Why work-life balance? (by Dr Louise Parkes, published in Not-For-Profit Management, 2008)
- Peace, Passion and Progress: Are they compatible? (by Dr Peter Langford, Dr Louise Parkes & Joanne Abbey, published in InPsych, 2006)
- Debunking the myths around work/life balance (by Dr Peter Langford & Dr Louise Parkes, published in Human Resources Magazine, May, 2005)
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