Hannah McAleavey

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Hannah is a doctoral researcher at the University of Liverpool whose research explores the complexities of working whilst unwell (presenteeism) and its impact on well-being among individuals with long-term health conditions. Additionally, it also delves into the decision-making processes that drive presenteeism, exploring the intra-individual dynamics that trigger this behaviour. This research aims to contribute to the existing knowledge gaps surrounding this phenomenon and uncover sustainable choices for individuals navigating the delicate balance between work and well-being. Alongside her research, Hannah also works as a Research Assistant on a project focused on enhancing the well-being of working parents, empowering organisations to provide practical support for employees with caring responsibilities.