Subjective Wellbeing in the Workplace. Kathryn Page Deakin University. What is Subjective Wellbeing?. Subjective Wellbeing (SWB). …a unique blend of affect and cognition that represents the sense of wellbeing we have in relation to life overall
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…a unique blend of affect and cognition that represents the sense of wellbeing we have in relation to life overall
“How satisfied are you with your life as a whole?”
How satisfied are you with your -----------?
(The Personal Wellbeing Index)
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The Relationship Between Stressors and SWB
Dominant Source of SWB Control
Level of environmental challenge
An attempt to apply the theory of SWB homeostasis to wellbeing in the workplace
…the evaluations people make about their SWB in relation to work will be less influenced by core affect
…the role of homeostasis will also decrease
How satisfied are you with------------?
(The Workplace Wellbeing Index)
…the measurement of SWB in relation to the workplace, or
…a sense of wellbeing that results from the satisfaction of intrinsic and/or extrinsic work valuesthrough ones experiences at work.
1. Preliminary tests – accuracy of my conceptualisation of (a) SWB and (b) WWB
2. Test of hypothesis 1 (The influence of core affect)
3. Test of hypothesis 2 (The role of SWB homeostasis)
4. Test of hypothesis 3 (The relationship between SWB and WWB)