Anne van der Put is a post-doctoral researcher in the department of sociology at Utrecht University/ICS. She obtained her BA in Liberal Arts and Sciences at Maastricht University (2015, cum laude) and her MSc in Sociology and Social Research at Utrecht University (2018, cum laude). In 2023 she succesfully defended her dissertation titled Healthy at work: the role of the work environment in worksite health promotion. In this research, she focused on the role of the organization in promoting a healthy lifestyle, well-being and vitality among employees. To do so, she examined whether the social work environment of employees (consisting of colleagues and managers) plays a role in the use of worksite health promotion, and whether worksite health promtion affects the health and performance of employees.
At the moment she is coordinating data collection for the Sustainable Workforce Survey, in which data will be collected among HR managers, team managers and employees on how organisations create and sustain a sustainable workforce. She is also involved in a project on wellbeing in the region.