Your Workplace Wellbeing Strategy
“A healthy workplace is one where employees and managers work together to protect and promote their health, safety and wellbeing and the sustainability of the business.”
World Health Organisation
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Your Workplace Wellbeing Strategy needs to fit in with your organisational requirements and the needs of your employees. As a result, a ‘one-size-fits-all’ programme will not suffice, and could waste both your time and resources.
At BounceBack, we’ve developed a questionnaire to help you easily find the resources you’ll need. We’ve divided it up into six categories of wellbeing, so with our help you can devise a well-rounded, overall strategy that suits you and your workforce.
A physical wellbeing strategy should aim for positive health, exercise and good nutrition, with adequate mobility, physical safety and access to health care services.
Achieve mentally stimulating work, encourage creativity and innovation and create opportunities for promotion.
Boost feelings of self-confidence, self-esteem, and self-efficacy. Encourage a sense of meaning and purpose, a sense of achievement and accomplishment with a degree of control over one’s work, emotional resilience and the ability to handle conflict.
Encourage supportive and fulfilling relationships, feelings of trust and cooperation, social connectedness and acceptance along with an opportunity to contribute.
Develop the feeling of being part of a meaningful enterprise with trust in management, belief in the organisation’s mission and values, alignment with strategic goals and operational objectives, and a positive work-life balance.
Create the ability to manage and control one’s finances and to make sound decisions with a feeling of financial security. Reward employees for a job well done.
Build a feeling of being part of an organisation that operates in a legitimate manner, able to work with integrity and in alignment with one’s personal morals and ethical code. Develop a sense of contributing to the wider community.