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Be well: A systems-based wellness intervention using mindfulness in the workplace – A case study

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  15 August 2017

Kate M Levett*
Affiliation:
School of Medicine, The University of Notre Dame, Sydney, NSWAustralia
Sharyn Coughlan
Affiliation:
Worklife Wellness, Sydney, NSWAustralia
Sharon Longridge
Affiliation:
Worklife Wellness, Sydney, NSWAustralia
Violet Roumeliotis
Affiliation:
Settlement Services International, Sydney, NSWAustralia
Jon Adams
Affiliation:
Faculty of Health, University of Technology Sydney, NSWAustralia
*
Corresponding author: kate.levett@nd.edu.au

Abstract

Introduction: Healthy work environments are essential in determining improved well-being of Australians. Job stress has been identified as a significant factor in psychological distress. This study evaluated the effect of introducing a systems-based workplace wellness programme using mindfulness in the workplace. Methods: The programme ‘Be Well’ was introduced as part of a systems-based approach to workplace health promotion, and evaluated using sick leave as a proxy for workplace stress, and the stress satisfaction offset score to determine the degree of change in stress and satisfaction. Results: There was significant reduction in sick leave (2014 vs. 2012) (p<.001), and significant improvement in stress satisfaction offset score (p<.05). Logistic regression analysis identified the programme components most predictive of reduced stress and higher job satisfaction. Conclusion: The impacts of a systems-based mindfulness workplace wellness intervention, show significant improvements in workers’ sick leave and changes to stress and satisfaction scores. This study has implications for sector-wide policy change in the workplace.

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