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CIPD, Implementing Well-being that works: The Evidence

CIPD Manchester event in collaboration with the British Psychological Society & the Society of Occupational Medicine

Venue: Eversheds Sutherland LLP, Eversheds House, 70 Great Bridgewater Street, Manchester M1 5ES

The evidence base for psychological well-being (PWB) in organisations in four different areas (S1)

1. the impact of PWB on individual health;

2. the impact of PWB on individual and organisational outcomes;

3. the factors that influence PWB in organisational settings;

4. the types of interventions and their effectiveness.

Are Workplace Well-being Interventions Cost-Effective? (S2)

There is increasing interest in interventions in the workplace which can raise employee well-being. This session will cover methods for comparing the well-being benefits of such interventions with their costs, and hence for deciding whether or not an intervention is justified.

The session will briefly review existing methods of cost-benefit and cost-effectiveness analysis and then present a new method for evaluating cost-effectiveness with subjective well-being as the outcome. It will demonstrate a new Excel-based cost-effectiveness tool, using a worked example based on a published study of a workplace intervention. The session will conclude with a discussion of the requirements for building cost-effectiveness into future intervention studies and trials.

SOM members can book at the special discounted rate of £44 (early bird until 19th Feb) or £55 (from 20th Feb). For the link to the discounted rate please email Ann.Caluori@som.org.uk 

For more information about the event and to book your place at the standard rate (if you are a non-member), please click here

April 2nd, 2019 9:00 AM   to   5:00 PM