2018 Work and Well-Being Survey


As this year’s Work and Well-Being Survey findings show, employees need the support of an organizational culture with workplace practices that allow them to recover from stress and function at their best on and off the job.

The Work and Well-Being Survey provides a snapshot of the U.S. workforce, including employee well-being and attitudes and opinions related to workplace policies and practices. Among other things, this year’s survey explores the effect of time off—paid and unpaid—on employee well-being and job performance.

Work and Well-Being survey was conducted online by The Harris Poll from Feb. 15 to March 1, 2018, among 1,512 U.S. adults who reported being employed full time, part time or self-employed.