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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News and Twitter feeds

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Registration

 

Are you a new member?
ie, a business or organisation

Are you a new provider?
ie, an organisation seeking to deliver the charter
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Members

Organisations who wish to work towards the Workplace Wellbeing Charter should register as a Member.  This gives you access to the self-assessment tool and a huge range of useful links and information that you can use to improve the health and wellbeing of your staff. 

Benefits

  • Use the self assessment tool to audit your organisations approach to health and wellbeing
  • Use the standards to identify gaps and create plans to improve
  • Find a local provider for one to one support and formal accreditation
  • Gain the recognition you deserve and be featured on the national register of award holders

 

Providers

Providers are organisations who specialise in workplace health and wellbeing and who can support members to get the most from the Workplace Wellbeing Charter. Approved providers featured on this site can also provide formal assessment services to members, ensuring the award criteria have been met and allowing accredited members to feature on the national register of  award holders.

Many providers and assessors are employed by Local Authorities, NHS organisations or independent charities, social enterprises and private providers.  

To find a provider near you simply use the ‘Search for a local provider’ form on this site.

If you represent an organisation that specialises in Workplace Wellbeing and you are interested in becoming a provider, please complete this registration and we will be in touch. 

 

 

 

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