Sabine Sonnentag: recent publications

Supporting Employee Wellbeing in the Workplace: 43 Strategies

According to world-leading wellbeing researcher Sabine Sonnentag (2015, p.

261), wellbeing“refers to a person’s hedonic experience of feeling good and to the eudaimonic experience of fulfillment and purpose.”An individual’s wellbeing is dynamic; it is constantly in flux, changing depending on a number of external and internal factors.Examples of such factors in a work context include stressors like time pressure or an inadequate skill repertoire, resources like work flexibility and creativity, and interpersonal factors such as positive relationships or a charismatic disposition.While organizational research has traditionally focused on symptoms of ill-being in different configurations, such as those of burnout, exhaustion, and disengagement

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