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Jane's research focuses on managing mental health and wellbeing, employee voice and engagement, work-life balance and presenteeism. Her work analyses the contextual features which inhibit and facilitate organisational practices. Understanding employee perspectives on the nature of their work and its impact on their wellbeing and engagement is central to her approach as is conducting research which has a practical application. She is particularly interested in line manager behaviour and the role informal processes play in influencing employee attitudes and behaviour. Her research combines both quantitative and qualitative case study methods and includes interviewing and surveying both managers and employees.
Jane's current research focuses on managing mental health in small and micro businesses: https://mhsb.york.ac.uk/. She discusses mental health in the workplace on the Public Health England/Behavioural Science and Public Health Network podcast: https://bit.
Jane was Principal Investigator on a research project part funded by The Wellcome Trust through the Centre for Future Health at the University of York. This interdisciplinary project evaluates the impact of extended shift hours in a Mental Health Trust on employee wellbeing, work life balance and organisational outcomes as employees adapt and respond to change; watch a film for Chartered Association of Business Schools on our work
Dr Suter’s ongoing research interests include the following areas:
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