The purpose of this cross-sectional study is to verify the company wellness analyzing the data coming from the administration of the WHO-5 Well-being Index questionnaire, evaluating the differences between workers committed in different tasks and gender differences. We enrolled all 333 employees of a company providing outpatient and first aid health services, divided into three tasks: administrative, drivers/rescuer, caregivers. The female population in all three working populations identified and divided by task have a lower level of well-being calculated. Workers belonging to the administrative group have achieved an average score at the lowest level than workers employed in other tasks. Among health care workers, are having the lowest percentage with a score below 13. Drivers/Rescuers are placed in an intermediate position between two other tasks under the perceived health profile.
Keywords: WHO-5; workplace; gender difference; psychosocial risks; health at work; health protection.