Topic: Workplace Well-Being
Workplace policies and programs have far-reaching impacts on the day to day lives of employees and their families. Employers also have the potential to create conditions and implement programs that promote improved health and well-being. E4A grantees are evaluating the impacts of working conditions, employee health programs, employment policies, and wage and labor practices on the health and well-being of the workforce, particularly low-wage workers, and their families.
The Causal Impact of Labor Organizing on Health Outcomes Whistleblowing and Worker Well-being: Evidence from Bangladesh's Garments Sector Workers' Health On the Line: A Digital Intervention to Address the Fundamental Causes of Disease in the Low-Wage Retail Sector Parenthood and Health: Measuring the Effects of Maternity Leave, Paternity Leave, and Child Care Exploring the Effects of Wage on the Culture of Health in Early Childhood Education Centers Stable Schedules Study to Promote Low-Income Worker Health and Well-Being Worksite Wellness: A Field Experiment on Participation Incentives & Selection into Wellness Programs Worksite Health Interventions in Public Schools, Teacher Health, and Student Academic Performance