Workplace wellbeing charter

The Workplace Wellbeing Charter is a statement of intent, showing your commitment to the health of the people who work for you.

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Why do it?

There is clear evidence to show that improving workplace health and wellbeing makes good business sense.

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What's involved

Having your organisation assessed is a simple process, you can even self assess to see how you fare.

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Charter downloads and tools

The charter and standards are available to view online.

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Downloads and tools

Self Assessment

To be involved in the Workplace Wellbeing Charter you should first register as a member, visit your dashboard and complete the online self assessment tool. This self assessment tool has 8 sections to complete to give you an overview of where you and your business currently sit as far as meeting the Charters criteria.

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Formal Accreditation 

Should you then wish to proceed to arrange a personal visit and a formal Charter Assessment, you should simply ‘search for a local provider’ using the box found on the home page. Select which Local Authority area your organisation is based in (or the head quarters if you represent a multi site organisation) and then select a provider. The provider will explain the process in more detail and will also guide to regarding the types of evidence that can be submitted as part of the assessment process. 

Download the standards

You can download a copy of The Workplace Wellbeing Charter and the paper based self assessment standards here.

Download healthy topic guides

You can download a set of health topic guides that will help employers support their employees: the topic guides are:


Mental health

Physical activity

Healthy eating

Weight Management

Equality and Diversity

Health checks


After registering as a member you will see on your dashboard the ability to search the Toolkits for helpful advice and guidance for employers and employees alike. 

Standards all organisations should meet; putting the building blocks in place.
Actively encouraging positive lifestyle choices and addressing health issues.
Fully engaged leadership with a range of programmes and support mechanisms.