Wellbeing in the Workplace

Wellbeing at work benefits individuals, organisations and communities, with a positive impact on economic, social and health outcomes. RAND Europe’s expertise in this area is becoming increasingly important as wider interest in work wellbeing continues to grow.

Our research helps to improve effective decision making taken in organisations and by policymakers on a wide range of workplace wellbeing initiatives.

RAND Europe’s workplace wellbeing portfolio extends from reviews of the economic impact of work wellbeing to the use of digital approaches in workplace mental health. Within this range, our researchers continue to focus on the management and work cultures that shape work wellbeing.

Featured Research

  • 21 Aug 2017

    Identifying Promising Practices in Health and Wellbeing at Work

    RAND Europe is working with Public Health England (PHE) to review the current landscape of health and wellbeing interventions available to employers and develop case studies of promising practices to support policy and organisational decision making.

Selected Research

  • Connected Society Thought Leadership Programme

    12 Oct 2017

    RAND Europe worked in partnership with the Corsham Institute to design and deliver the 2017 Thought Leadership Programmes. The consultations explored the opportunities and challenges that digital technologies are creating within society.

  • Understanding Mental Health in the Research Environment

    22 Aug 2017

    Burnout and stress can be a challenge for university research staff and postgraduates. An exploration of the strengths and limitations of the existing evidence base on mental health in the research environment found that more work is needed to understand both the needs of researchers and how they can be addressed.

  • Benchmarking Deployment of eHealth among European GPs

    21 Aug 2017

    RAND Europe and partners aim to measure the use of ICT and eHealth applications by primary care physicians in the EU 28 Member States and Norway, compare results with the 2013 study, and analyse the main drivers of change and factors that can enhance or inhibit the role and use of technologies within health care.

  • Companies Should Measure the ROI for Preventive Healthcare Programmes

    30 May 2017

    Only a small amount of pharmaceutical companies measure the return on investment of their workplace health promotion programmes in a systematic manner, but data from GSK clearly demonstrates the potential business case for companies to invest in the health and wellbeing of its workforce.

  • Analysing the Impact of the Workplace Wellbeing Charter

    18 Apr 2017

    Public Health England commissioned an analysis of the take-up and impact of the Workplace Wellbeing Charter; the end product includes a set of case studies to help strengthen and expand the evidence base that underpins the Charter.

  • Supporting the Asia's Healthiest Workplace Competition

    17 Mar 2017

    By supporting AIA Vitality's contest, RAND Europe will be able to explore the health trends—employee lifestyle, clinical indicators, mental health and other areas of concern—in participating Asia-Pacific workplaces.