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Academic research

We have selected some of the strongest tools for measuring psychological wellbeing. All studies have been published in peer review journals and are presented under two headings: Comparative Reviews and Organisational Measures. These studies have examined wellbeing in a range of organisational contexts.

Practitioner research

Some of the strongest practitioner evidence regarding measuring wellbeing at work has been summarised below.  These are empirical studies or work of publishable quality. 

Access tools and guidance

Tools for individual employees

The following tools have been designed to help improve psychological wellbeing and are evidence-based. 

Tools for leaders and managers

The resources included within this section aim to provide leaders and managers with the guidance required to enhance the psychological wellbeing of those they manage.  

Tools for organisations and practitioners

These resources have been developed to support practitioners in measuring organisational wellbeing. 

Access national policy implications

White papers and position statements

A number of documents that relate to national policy implications are provided below. The resources are not specific to the workplace but have implications for the workplace. 

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