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Mental Wellbeing Tracker 2022 – take the survey!

MEDIA RELEASE: July 15 2022: As part of the Market Research Society (MRS) wellbeing initiatives, we are delighted once again to be working with the independent insight agency, Opinium, to host their workplace mental wellbeing audit, which they are undertaking pro-bono, to better understand the mental wellbeing of workers in the market research and insights industry.

The Mental Wellbeing Tracker has been designed in collaboration with Warwick University Medical School. The results of this survey aim to bring to life how workplaces can support people working in research, as well as assessing the current wellbeing landscape of our industry.

The 2022 tracker
We would be delighted to have your involvement in this year’s Mental Wellbeing Tracker, and in addition, we hope that you might also be willing to forward this email to your research colleagues for them to take part.

The link to the survey is here – it should take you around 10-15 minutes to complete.

You can also access the survey via our website.

We look forward to sharing the key findings of this research with you and our sector later in the year.


Previous wellbeing research
First held in 2019, this year is the fourth year that the Mental Wellbeing survey has been conducted. You can read more about Opinium’s 2021 report on mental wellbeing in the UK research industry here and see earlier studies and resources on the MRS website here.

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