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Staff Wellbeing Activities

Employee support program

Staff wellbeing is hugely important in the modern workplace.

The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development or CIPD defines employee wellbeing as 'staff within an environment that has been created to promote a state of contentment which allows an employee to flourish and achieve their full potential for the benefit of themselves and their organisation'.

The goal of creating the perfect 'work-life balance' is challenging for both employers and employees - sometimes so overwhelming that it is neglected entirely in favour of what are considered to be more important business targets.

That said, some organisations have found a way to embed staff wellbeing activities into everyday routines, improving workplace efficiency and overall employee health. So how did they do it?

Well, key areas that are of importance for staff wellbeing in the workplace include:

  • The working environment
  • Employee development and engagement
  • Overall work-life balance
  • Relationships
  • Core values
  • Organisational leadership
  • Physical and mental health

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We are regularly asked for ways to improve staff wellbeing and keep morale high, especially for businesses where employees are commonly under pressure due to high workloads or project deadlines.

Wellbeing People actively support any business that is looking to make a significant change to its workplace culture, hence why we offer ongoing support with checks like the Health MOT or our Health and Wellbeing Strategy.

Staff wellbeing activities for UK businesses of any size!

If you are looking to build a wellbeing programme, that does not necessarily mean that your organisation needs a formal wellbeing strategy - we believe that the ethos within an organisation should be embedded into all plans and policies, rather than existing as an add on in a standalone, separate policy.

In these organisations, wellbeing is kept at the forefront of all activities, removing the risk that it becomes a 'nice to have' yet expendable exercise.

A range of wellbeing activities can be used including:

What Next?

We’re constantly searching for new innovative ways to incorporate wellbeing into everyday life, take a look at our blog posts or give us a call and see how you can too by taking part in our Health MOT!