Promoting well-being and working life skills

From science to personal, community and society benefit

WELLS projects examine and promote well-being, working life skills and life-long learning. Our research aim to explore the interrelationship between well-being and working / studying and how this interrelationship develops over time. We aim to recognize the potential groups who are likely to have problems and who are at higher risk of work or study-related burnout. The objective is to develop integrated interventions to help these groups, and explore their effects and impact on participant well-being, work and study processes as well as achievements.