Based on empirical evidence, the New Economics Foundations (NEF) (2014) forward four ‘Drivers of Wellbeing at Work’:
These four drivers interact to form a dynamic conceptualisation of wellbeing. People’s experience of work is influenced by how they are functioning at work; together, when perceived as positive, these enable as individual to flourish. Functioning at work is, in turn, dependent on both organisational systems and the individual's personal resources. Thereafter, further feedback loops create a dynamic system. Positive work-related outcomes highlighted by research include; income growth (shareholder returns and higher annual net income), increased productivity and performance, quality staff recruitment, increased staff retention and innovation, reduced absenteeism and presenteeism, improved customer engagement and satisfaction, and better health and safety.
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