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Use our library of evidence-based research and wellbeing statistics to build the business case for your wellbeing strategy.


COVID-19 Resources

Flexible Work Resources
Funded by the Western Australian State Government, this project aims to provide evidence-based and…

FOWI Guide


Technological innovation, automation, big data, and demographic changes are leading to disruption in the way we work – better understanding of future work skills is needed.

FOWI Guide

Job Crafting

Job crafting occurs when an individual alters aspects of their own tasks in order to improve the fit between their work and their individual preferences.

FOWI Guide

Thrive at Work at Home Series

Follow our Thrive at Work at Home Series to gain practical tips to support you and your team in being productive and mentally healthy when working from home.

FOWI Guide

Work design

Work design affects both how people feel about their job and organisational outcomes – including increased productivity, financial growth, and lower rates of accidents and incidents.

Case Study

Mental Illness Fellowship of Western Australia

The Mental Illness Fellowship of Western Australia (MIFWA) wanted to measure employees’ overall well-being and psychosocial risks pre and post the introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

Case Study

Australian Public Service

A large Federal Government agency wanted to embed positive work design practices into their workforce planning and decision-making activities.

Good Practice Guide

Workplace flexibility

Implement flexible working arrangements for leaders and employees to maximise the opportunities and benefits that flexibility brings.

Case Study

FIFO workers

The Future of Work Institute recently conducted research funded by the Mental Health Commission of Western Australia in which more than 3,000 FIFO workers and partners were surveyed or interviewed.

Good Practice Guide

Fatigue management

Understand the factors that contribute to workplace fatigue and their interaction with the way work is designed, including how these can be improved to address and reduce the risk of fatigue.

Good Practice Guide

High Quality Connections

Connections formed in the workplace, by virtue of the amount of time spent there, help to accomplish the work of organisations and help individuals to Thrive.


Physical risks

Employees have the right to complete their job without being exposed to risk of physical harm – both employer and employee have responsibilities to ensure their safety.