Resources for Action

The NIOSH Worker Well-Being Questionnaire (WellBQ) may be used to identify opportunities for advancing worker well-being through workplace policies, programs, and practices. The following resources on this page, provided by NIOSH, the NIOSH Centers of Excellence for Total Worker Health®, and other partners, may help you address the issues identified using the results of the NIOSH WellBQ.

Please see the NIOSH Total Worker Health (TWH) Planning, Assessment, and Evaluation Resources page for a list of useful tools to help you get started on implementation of TWH strategies.

Visit the NIOSH TWH Training webpage for opportunities to learn more strategies and remain up-to-date on promising practices related to TWH approaches. Contact NIOSH TWH staff at twh@cdc.gov for more resources or if you would like further assistance.

Resources to help understand and optimize conditions that influence worker well-being

Supervisor and coworker support, supportive culture, work to personal life conflict, personal life to work conflict, management trust
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(Pertains to worker well-being domains: Work Evaluation and Experience; Workplace Policies and Culture)

Fatigue, time paucity, work overload, stress
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(Pertains to worker well-being domains: Work Evaluation and Experience; Workplace Policies and Culture; Health Status)

Chronic health conditions, physical health, mental health
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(Pertains to worker well-being domain: Health Status)

Safety climate, work environment
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(Pertains to worker well-being domain: Workplace Physical Environment and Safety Climate)

Work arrangement
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(Pertains to worker well-being domains: Work Evaluation and Experience; Workplace Policies and Culture)

Other resources
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