Navigating workload and wellbeing in Aotearoa New ZealandSvetlana Elfimova2023-06-21T13:45:26+12:00
Navigating workload and wellbeing in Aotearoa New Zealand
Umbrella Wellbeing Report | May 2023
Numbers and data can help us tell a story. In this report we use Umbrella Wellbeing Assessment data to tell a story about how New Zealanders perceive their workload and the impact overwork, and underwork, can have on individual and workplace wellbeing. We also use the numbers to explain how decision-makers and business leaders can manage workload to create mentally healthy and high-performing workplaces.
Research findings are based on survey data collected during 2022 from working New Zealanders (N=7597) in a variety of organisations and industries (e.g., healthcare, utilities, construction and manufacturing, administration and retail).
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