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Measuring changes in subjective well-being from engagement in the arts, culture and sport

Daniel Wheatley, Craig Bickerton

PsychologyWell BeingSportArtsSocial Behaviour


Social network engagement and subjective well-being: a life-course perspective

Daniel Wheatley, Sarah L. Buglass

Information And Communication TechnologiesSocial NetworksPsychologyTime UseDemographyWell BeingLife Course AnalysisSocial Behaviour


Autonomy at work is a good thing: but that does not mean managers are willing to offer more flexibility to employees

Daniel Wheatley


Employee satisfaction and use of flexible working arrangements

Daniel Wheatley

Labour MarketWell Being


Autonomy in paid work and employee subjective well-being

Daniel Wheatley

Sociology Of LabourLabour MarketOrganizations And FirmsWell Being


How does flexible working impact on employee wellbeing?

Daniel Wheatley

Labour MarketWell Being


Workplace autonomy correlated with greater overall well-being and job satisfaction

Daniel Wheatley


More autonomy means happier workers, according to research

Daniel Wheatley


Subjective well-being and engagement in arts, culture and sport

Daniel Wheatley, Craig Bickerton

Well BeingHealthSportArts


Taking part in cultural activities can turn you into a happier person

Daniel Wheatley, Craig Bickerton


Taking part in sport and cultural activities makes us happier, says study

Daniel Wheatley, Craig Bickerton


Taking part in sport and cultural activities makes us happier, suggests new study

Daniel Wheatley, Craig Bickerton


Taking part in sport and cultural activities makes us happier suggests new study

Daniel Wheatley, Craig Bickerton


Culture makes us happy in life but not at work, study shows

Daniel Wheatley, Craig Bickerton


Women (and men) don’t enjoy the full wellbeing benefits of flexible working

Daniel Wheatley


Women not experiencing wellbeing benefits of flexible working, study shows

Daniel Wheatley


Women not experiencing well-being benefits of flexible working

Daniel Wheatley