Mental health and well-being in the organizational context
United Nations established Health and Wellbeing as one of the priorities for sustainable development. The World Health Organization (WHO) has been directing its efforts towards health and aligned with this goal, mental health is acknowledged as one of the main areas for intervention and focus. The impact of disturbances connected to mental health on one’s personal and professional lives is high, and some indicators show it has been accelerating due to constraints caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The main objective of this study is to analyze throughout time, and at particular moments, the well-being and other relevant mental health indicators in an organizational context, seeking to understand the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and current situation of the following dimensions: general well-being, depression, anxiety, burnout, financial well-being, work-family conflict, psychological safety, telework perception, and parental stress. This study aimed to gather information that allowed the development of strategies and implement initiatives that promote health and well-being for the international company with about 6.000 employees (covering13 regions: Portugal, United Kingdom, China, Hong Kong, Australia, United States of America, Canada, Brazil, Mexico, Russia, United Arab Emirates, India and Italy).
Coordinator of Internacional Company | Confidential
Isabel Soares | UMinho (coord.)
Marlene Sousa | ProChild CoLAB (coord.)
Miguel M. Gonçalves | UMinho (coord.)
Alexandra Ribeiro | ProChild CoLAB
Daniel Dias | ProChild CoLAB
Divo Faustino | ProChild CoLAB
João Tiago Oliveira | UMinho
Manuel Santos | ProChild CoLAB
Nuno Saldanha (DPO) | ProChild CoLAB
Pedro Guimarães | ProChild CoLAB