And, for many of us, how we spend our days is at work.
On average, people spend 90,000 hours at work throughout their lifetime. Wellbeing at work is, then, a fundamental ingredient to a happy, serene, and fulfilled life, as it is crucially important to our overall mental and physical health.
With the THRIVE@WORK project, we want to promote stress prevention and well-being at work by encouraging Human Resources professionals, Vocational Education and Training trainers, CEOs and owners of companies to dedicate resources and invest in programmes for the psychosocial well-being of their staff. Based on current perceptions, intentions, challenges and needs on the issue of well-being at work, we will develop a training programme, conduct pilot laboratories to test and evaluate the program and create the THRIVE@WORK Online Platform for Human Resources professionals and anyone interested in promoting well-being in the workplace.
THRIVE@WORK activities will include:
A desk research
on existing well-being practices and programs at the workplace, best-case scenarios and current gaps.
Online surveys for HR professionals
to grasp their perceptions on the importance of protecting well-being at work, their challenges and needs in the development and implementation of wellbeing programs.
to test the THRIVE@WORK Training Program in each partner country.
to present the THRIVE@WORK experience and further amplify its reach and impact on the promotion of well-being at work.