Well-being at work is increasingly acknowledged as central to the health of both workers and their organizations. However, work continues to be a site of significant inequality with respect to a range of diversity characteristics including gender, age, ethnicity and sexuality. These inequalities render experiences of work unbalanced with potentially important implications for the quality of work encountered and worker well-being. This project will contribute to our understanding of the impact of inequalities in work on job quality and well-being, and will seek to generate practical guidance and approaches for organizations to enhance job quality and well-being across all workers.
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