SHINE Director, Eileen McNeely recently contributed to the latest paper on the influence of the residential environment on undergraduate students' health published in the Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology.
For elderly and unhealthy people, air travel—particularly long flights—may pose more serious health risks than previously thought, says Eileen McNeely, an instructor in the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Department of Environmental Health and director of the Sustainability and Health Initiative for NetPositive Enterprise (SHINE), the School’s corporate health and sustainability program.... Read more about SHINE Director Answers 3 Big Questions About the Health of Flying
SHINE Director, Dr. Eileen McNeely, presented a new paper titled "The Things that Matter Most at Work for Flourishing in Life: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Well-being in Apparel Supply Chain Workers" at ILO's 6th Regulating for Decent Work conference on Work and Well-being in the 21st Century.
This paper aimed to identify drivers for worker well-being (such as job satisfaction, worker engagement, and self-assessed work performance) among Mexican apparel factory workers and their association with work outcomes, controlling for demographic, socioeconomic, and job-related variables. The researchers hypothesized that job resources and resources in life (which can be provided by employers) contribute to work outcomes and worker well-being, and that the influence of job or life resources on well-being is mediated by work outcomes.