Increasingly, health and well-being in the workplace are being globally recognised as key drivers of socio-economic development.
Employee health and well-being is important to organisations in terms of increased commitment and job satisfaction, staff retention, reduced absenteeism, and improved productivity and performance.
Sally Evans commenced her PhD at Lancaster University in early 2020. The PhD in Organisational Health and Well-Being is innovative and an international first, developing knowledge and understanding of the psychological, social and organisational dynamics in the relationship between work and health. It is supervised by the Division of Health Research, which boasts expertise in mental and workplace health, and the degree enables the chance to work with world-leading academics on the production of a thesis that makes an original contribution to knowledge development within an area of professional practice.
Sally’s research areas are on hybrid working, workplace autonomy, motivation, trust, wellbeing and performance. This builds on her MSc research into workplace autonomy and self-determination.
If you would like to know more about these topics, please contact Sally, firstname.lastname@example.org