Understanding the Experiences of Work and its Effects on Health and Well-Being
When offices reopen,
Will work-from-home mean more surveillance by the boss?
Description: The Canadian Quality of Work and Economic Life Study (also known as “C-QWELS” for short) is a nationally representative survey of Canadian workers. The first survey took place in September of 2019 with 2,500 workers. We then followed up with a new survey of another 2,500 workers in March of 2020. Combining those two … Continue reading C-QWELS Project
Description: The Canadian Work, Stress, and Health study (CAN-WSH) is a nationally representative longitudinal survey of the Canadian workforce. The objective is to study the demands and resources in work and family life and their implications for stress and health among Canadians over time. Data collection began in 2011 with approximately 6,000 Canadians across all regions … Continue reading CAN-WSH Project
Description: The overarching aim of the United States-Work, Stress, and Health (US-WSH) project is to examine the effects of workplace conditions on stress and health. As the primary survey, data were collected from 1,800 working adults in the United States in 2005. Approximately 20 months later, all of these individuals were sought for a second … Continue reading US-WSH Project