The Greatest Learnings of 2022: A curated series of Wellbeing Insights
GLWS Wellbeing Insight Papers
Everything you need to know, all in one place.
From the rise of hybrid work, to emerging data around gender wellbeing differences and the elevation of regulatory obligations and responsible management of psychosocial risk, the complexity of workplace wellbeing has emerged as a key business theme in 2022.
Our commitment to our clients to stay at the forefront of this knowledge drives our ongoing research and analysis in this space and we are eager to share our latest learnings with you. For example:
- 73% of Australian leaders/senior execs who report Very Low overall wellbeing are women.
- 31% of employees working flexibly felt more stressed and burnt out. Over a quarter (28%) of all employees accessed formal mental health and wellbeing support since working flexibly.
In this latest series, we have collated the key wellbeing insights of 2022 into a curated series of professional discussion papers. We’ve scoured the research, analysed data and summarised the latest knowledge, so you can have the all the insights into workplace wellbeing collated in one place.
The three papers cover the key areas where the latest data is emerging: Hybrid Working, The Gender Wellbeing Gap and Regulations and Managing Psychosocial Risk.
We invite you to download our wellbeing insights papers and hope you find them helpful within your own organisation and indeed, perhaps as you reflect on your own wellbeing. If you would like to explore more about our work and how we can support you to implement a wellbeing strategy, we’d love to hear from you, please do get in touch.
Eek & Sense is a specialist workplace wellbeing consulting and advisory firm of organisational psychologists, who provide proven, evidence-based wellbeing diagnostics and programs for individuals and organisations. At the heart of our wellbeing solutions is the GLWS® – a scientific, evidence-based assessment methodology, that is supported with data from over 6,000+ Australian leaders and executives who have completed the GLWS® since it’s ground-breaking release in 2014.
With our unrivalled expertise as psychologists specialising in workplace wellbeing for many years and by focusing on the intersection of psychology, leadership and behavioural sciences, we’re uniquely placed to help senior leaders and organisations achieve positive, sustainable wellbeing outcomes.
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