Today more than ever, having an effective approach to support employee well-being is critical and impacts both top-line business growth and bottom-line cost control. But, how do you know if a well-being program is effective? How would effectiveness be measured? Which roles are critical for discussions on scaled implementation and how would an ROI case be constructed?
There is a critical need for organisations to offer preventative solutions for mental health and well-being that are proven to be effective. This research aims to bridge the field of evidence based effectiveness research, and the organisational decision-making regarding employee mental health offerings, seeking to understand how evidence of effectiveness is constructed, who are the decision makers of employee well-being programmes? And what is credible evidence from their perspective?
Watch the video below for Anoushka’s presentation of her thesis synopsis: