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Selected well-being interventions for hybrid-working employees

Abstract

This chapter proposes four distinct techniques to boost subjective well-being, also called happiness, tailored to hybrid-working employees. These techniques suggested here are: 1) Selected goal-setting techniques around the “why of goal pursuit” with a particular focus on self-concordance and approaching/avoidance driven goal-strivings, 2) Job crafting/leisure crafting, 3) Acts of kindness, and 4) Gratitude exercises. The chapter discusses each technique on its merits by reviewing the related literature, and how they can be useful in boosting people’s subjective well-being for employees who are predominantly working in a hybrid format and therefore their experiences at work as well as at home impact strongly on their subjective well-being.

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Authors

Zwiegelaar, Jeremy
Rossetti, Giulia
Van Der Veen, Robert
Ehrlich, Christian

Oxford Brookes departments

Oxford Brookes Business School

Dates

Year of publication: 2022
Date of RADAR deposit: 2022-11-08



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