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Assessing the effectiveness of wellbeing initiatives for lawyers and support staff

@article{Poynton2018AssessingTE,
  title={Assessing the effectiveness of wellbeing initiatives for lawyers and support staff},
  author={S. Poynton and J. Chan and M. Vogt and A. Grunseit and Jasmine Bruce},
  journal={University of New South Wales law journal},
  year={2018},
  volume={41},
  pages={584}
}
  • S. Poynton, J. Chan, +2 authors Jasmine Bruce
  • Published 2018
  • Sociology
  • University of New South Wales law journal
  • This article reports on the findings of a study on the use and effectiveness of wellbeing initiatives implemented by a large public sector legal service organisation in Australia. The study, which was conducted from 2011 to 2015, employed a mixed-methods approach, consisting of three waves of staff surveys, interviews with key informants and staff, and workplace observation. The article considers the drivers of work stress, the impact of the introduction of certain initiatives on the mental… CONTINUE READING

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