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Health and well-being at work: a survey of employees (RR751)

Health and Well-being at work, a survey of employees.

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Health and well-being at work: a survey of employees (RR751): full report

Health and well-being at work: a survey of employees (RR751): summary

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By Viv Young and Claire Bhaumik

Health and Well-being at work, a survey of employees was jointly funded by the Health and Safety Executive and the Cross-Government Health, Work and Well-being Strategy Unit. A survey of 2,019 employees, aged 16 +, was conducted between October and December 2009. The survey objectives were to:

  • develop the evidence base around work and health and workplace health initiatives from the employee perspective
  • provide baseline data so that progress on health and well-being at work can be measured and monitored over time.