Every employer depends on having healthy and productive employees. Valued and supported staff are far more likely to deliver the best outcomes for your business.
If you want to attract and retain committed employees, prioritising the mental health of your staff needs to be core business in your organisation.
Registrations to take part in the Index 22/23 are now open.
Please note: to take part you will need a minimum of 20 employees. This is to protect the anonymity of your staff.
Taking part in our Index will enable your organisation to:
You'll take part in staff and employer surveys to help us assess where the gaps lie between the organisation's approach to workplace wellbeing and staff perceptions.
We provide you with an assessment report with analysis of the survey results. This highlights what you are doing well and recommendations of where you can improve.
You'll be supported throughout the process with the tools and resources you need. Depending on your participation level, you'll have access to a dedicated Account Manager.
The final step is to get your Index ranking and celebrate the good work that all participants are doing to promote workplace wellbeing.
We are delighted to celebrate the achievements of our Index participants at our Workplace Wellbeing Awards. These awards recognise not only the top performing organisations, but each and every employer who is taking action to prioritise better mental health in their workplace.
The employers taking part have each made a long-term commitment to a better way of working where supporting the mental health of their staff is part of everyday business.
Research from the fifth year of the Index shows that employee mental health and wellbeing is continuing to be prioritised for so many organisations. However to ensure progress continues, we must regularly review and assess the support tools we have in place at work.
We've developed a report of findings from the 2020/21 Index. This looks at the impact of workplace culture and engagement on:
We also developed a report of findings from the 2020/21 Index specifically looking at the impact of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic on workplace wellbeing.