Prioritising workplace wellbeing has become even more critical recently due to rising stress levels and mental health problems leading to time taken off work. Both employers and employees are responsible for creating a safe and pleasant working environment; fortunately there are simply things that everyone can do to promote wellbeing in the workplace.
Resilience and Wellbeing Toolkit
A toolkit has been put together by Suffolk County Council and Suffolk Chamber of Commerce to help employers and individuals define what resilience means for them, and how it can serve as an important indicator of workplace health. The resource has been written by businesspeople, for businesspeople, and can be downloaded for your own use.
Workplace Wellbeing Index
Our Workplace Wellbeing Index is a benchmark of best policy and practice. It will help you find out where you are doing well and where you could improve your approach to mental health in the workplace. Register your interest to participate in the next cycle.
Workplace Wellbeing Tool
The Workplace Wellbeing Tool helps employers to work out the costs of poor employee health to their organisation and create a business case for taking action. You can download the tool from the GOV.UK website.
Workplace Wellbeing Charter
Make your business better and stronger by leading a healthier and happier workforce. Learn from best practice, influence change and improve productivity with the Workplace Wellbeing Charter. Take the self-assessment on the website.
The Disability Confident scheme supports employers like you to make the most of the talents disabled people can bring to your workplace. Join over 15,000 organisations that have already signed up.