Learnings From The Covid-19 Pandemic: Approaches To Support Employee Health And Wellbeing

Learnings From The Covid-19 Pandemic: Approaches To Support Employee Health And Wellbeing

This research was conducted by Affinity Health at Work, co-sponsored by IOSH via its Research Consortium, to explore the impact the COVID-19 pandemic on employee's health and wellbeing and what can be learned from it.
Researchers conducted interviews and held focus groups with employees, managers and health and wellbeing stakeholders at five organisations over three time periods, between November 2020 and June 2021.
Their aims were to: understand wellbeing outcomes of the pandemic for employees, managers and organisations; examine how organisations could effectively support employee health and wellbeing; identify barriers and facilitators to health and wellbeing; and develop evidence-based recommendations for employee health and wellbeing, to serve during the pandemic and any future disease outbreak.

Learnings From The Covid-19 Pandemic: Approaches To Support Employee Health And Wellbeing

Date Published
Fri, 01 Jan 2021
Publisher
IOSH
Reference
IOSH (2021) Learnings from the COVID-19 pandemic: Approaches to support employee health and wellbeing, Wigton: Institution of Occupational Safety and Health
Website
https://iosh.com/resources-and-research/resources/learning-from-the-covid-19-pandemic/
Categories
Keywords
COVID-19, Wellbeing Outcomes, Barriers, Facilitators

This research was conducted by Affinity Health at Work, co-sponsored by IOSH via its Research Consortium, to explore the impact the COVID-19 pandemic on employee's health and wellbeing and what can be learned from it.
Researchers conducted interviews and held focus groups with employees, managers and health and wellbeing stakeholders at five organisations over three time periods, between November 2020 and June 2021.
Their aims were to: understand wellbeing outcomes of the pandemic for employees, managers and organisations; examine how organisations could effectively support employee health and wellbeing; identify barriers and facilitators to health and wellbeing; and develop evidence-based recommendations for employee health and wellbeing, to serve during the pandemic and any future disease outbreak.

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