The Worker Wellbeing Lab is a feminist research lab that welcomes scholars interested in employee health, flourishing and belonging. The lab is directed by Dr. Gloria Gonzalez-Morales.

To explore Dr. Gloria Gonzalez-Morales’ latest talks, make sure to view her in “Switch Off Power to Power Up Connections” from TEDxClaremontGraduateUniversity and “Oppressive Civility” from University of Minnesota’s ‘Wake Up Minnesota’ podcast.

To learn about our lab, watch a quick informational video!

Learn more about our Vision, Mission and Values


Wait, a ‘feminist’ research lab? Can I join?  

Of course, we welcome everybody who values and works for diversity and belonging in organizations. We need every smart and brilliant junior scholar to help smash the heteropatriarchy, racism, social inequality and xenophobia in organizations.

Learn more about our Research Associates


Our Summer Internship Program is a great opportunity to volunteer and gain experience. Meet our summer RAs:

Summer Internship Program


We organize the research at the WW lab in three buckets: health, flourishing, and belonging. Most research projects cross over from one bucket to another because we understand worker wellbeing within organizational systems.

Learn more about our Research


We are recruiting research participants,

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To find out more information about the Worker Wellbeing Lab, please browse this site.

You can contact Dr. Gloria Gonzalez-Morales at and or our lab manager, Veronica Scott at