Worker well-being is a hot topic in organizations and academia, causing the interest for its measurement using surveys to spike. However, scholars and practitioners are struggling to rigorously measure well-being in the workplace. The main aim of this thesis is to provide conceptual and empirical guidance on how researchers can deal with the technical and practical challenges they are facing and, thereby, contribute to the rigor of worker well-being measurement in organizations.

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N.J.A. van Exel (Job) , J.C. van Ours (Jan)
Erasmus University Rotterdam

Wijngaards, I. (2021, November 18). Measuring Worker Well-being: An Evaluation of Closed and Open-Ended Survey Questions. Retrieved from