Participants Needed!

CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE – WORKFORCE WELL-BEING RESEARCH PROJECT

Do you work with children and young people in the voluntary sector in Lincolnshire ? Are you a volunteer, a paid member of staff or a manager?

 

Now Unlimited are undertaking research into the causes and effects of Youth Worker Stress in Lincolnshire voluntary organisations working with children and young people. As part of the research we have prepared a short survey.  The questionnaire takes less than 15 minutes and can be completed online at https://nottingham.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/workforce-wellbeing

Alternatively, people can contact us and we will send them a printed copy with a SAE.  The closing date is 30th October 2015.

We would be most grateful if you would share this request with your membership and anybody you feel would be appropriate. For further information on the project please find attached a Powerpoint document. Thank you in advance for your support with this important project.

Kind regards                                     

 

Maureen O’Callaghan

Director and Mindfulness Teacher

Now Unlimited

Simply changing people’s minds

 

M: 07939 845920

E: maureen@nowunlimited.co.uk

W: www.nowunlimited.co.uk

 

Luis D. Torres

Doctoral Researcher in Management

Centre for Organizational Health and Development – a WHO Collaborating Centre in Occupational Health

The University of Nottingham

 

E: luis.torres@nottingham.ac.uk

 

 

Participants are free to withdraw from the research at any time and are entitled to refrain from answering any questions without giving an explanation. All of the data will be stored, analysed and published in a confidential manner so that you cannot be identified, nor will it be used for marketing purposes.

 

All participants will receive a copy of the report as a thank-you for their contribution which will outline the research findings and include guidance on how to create and maintain healthy and positive working environments. Now Unlimited, a social enterprise working in youth work, health and social care, education, and criminal justice settings, is a member of LCVYS and Maureen O’Callaghan is a Trustee. For more information about our work visit www.nowunlimited.co.uk

 

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