How to sustain good practice in workplace wellbeing?
After extensive research, the Workplace Wellbeing Research Team from the University of East Anglia in the UK and RAND Europe have developed an online toolkit to help employers cultivate and sustain good practice in workplace health and wellbeing. The toolkit is completely free to use and includes a business case calculator. This video introduces the toolkit and explains how workplace wellbeing programmes have significant benefits for employees and employers alike.
The Workplace Wellbeing Research Team involves researchers from the University of East Anglia and RAND Europe, as well as affiliated researchers from the University of Kent, Swansea University, University of Essex, University of Reading and University of Sheffield. The team’s research programme on workplace wellbeing and productivity has been funded since 2015 by the Economic and Social Research Council and has included contributions to the What Works Centre for Wellbeing and gaining insights from Vitality’s ‘Britain’s Healthiest Workplace’ survey