Wellbeing Audit

Establish a baseline to measure improvements in your organisation’s health, wellbeing and culture.

Fit and healthy employees are happier and more productive. Given that wellness programmes provide 3:1 minimum return on investment, it’s no surprise that organisations large and small are starting to take employee health and wellbeing seriously.

Outcomes from wellness programmes include:

  • Increased engagement and satisfaction
  • Increased productivity
  • Increased discretional effort
  • Fewer mistakes
  • Lower turnover
  • Lower absenteeism

So how do you create a workplace culture that encourages employees to take care of themselves?

  • Educate employees about healthy choices: eating, sleeping, smoking cessation, exercise, relaxation, stress management, resilience.
  • Mixed media: use a range of methods to communicate wellness messages to your employees.
  • Measureable results: ensure you establish measures to monitor the effectiveness of wellness programmes and their return on investment.
  • Wellness champions: support and train wellness champions throughout the organisation who will disseminate wellness messages and initiatives.
  • Wellness strategy: create a wellbeing strategy with measureable targets.
  • Team challenges: team challenges offer a fun way for individuals to support each other’s wellbeing.
  • Health assessment: help individuals understand their current health status and areas that could be improved – accompanied with practical advice to improve areas of need.
  • Sustain behavioural change: maintain behavioural change by keeping the wellbeing programme alive with new initiatives and rewards.
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