ERIC Number: EJ781994
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2008
Reference Count: 73
Promoting Subjective Well-Being at Work
Russell, Joyce E. A.
Journal of Career Assessment, v16 n1 p117-131 2008
Research has clearly shown the relationship between subjective well-being and work performance, even though there is debate over the causality of that relationship (i.e., does subjective well-being cause higher work performance or does greater work performance lead to subjective well-being?). Regardless, researchers and practitioners would agree that having employees who are productive and have high subjective well-being is valuable. The purpose of this article is to review research in this area and to discuss strategies for promoting well-being at the workplace.
Descriptors: Well Being, Work Attitudes, Correlation, Predictor Variables, Job Performance, Change Strategies
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