Guidance for better workplace wellbeing

About Guidance for better workplace wellbeing

This online guidance builds on the existing evidence of what works to improve wellbeing in the workplace

When it comes to improving wellbeing in the workplace, context matters. The guidance sets out three questions to ask yourself when thinking about how you can improve wellbeing. It then outlines five principles for action that can underpin any activities, policies, or approaches to make them more likely to be sustainable.

Making wellbeing improvement cost-effective

We are developing a cost-effectiveness calculator for anyone carrying out, or planning to carry out, activities or projects to improve workplace wellbeing. 

Sign up below to get advance access when we launch the calculator in the coming months.

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Blog

Feb 18, 2021 | By Magdalena Soffia
What do employee wellbeing and productivity look like in a crisis?
Centre Blog
Feb 10, 2021 | By Gail Irvine
How can we ensure the best possible jobs recovery from COVID-19?
Guest Blog
Jan 27, 2021 | By Jennifer Wallace, Ben Thurman and Hannah Ormston - Carnegie UK Trust
Putting wellbeing into policy: where to begin?
Guest Blog

External resource

  • International Labour Organization
  • OECD employment data
  • RSE – Future Work Centre
  • CIPD Knowledge Hub
  • ONS employment data
  • World Happiness Report – happiness and voting behaviour
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