Workplace Wellbeing Charter
Getting an award is a great way for your organisation to get recognition for the work you have done supporting staff health. It also improves corporate image and helps your business attract the best staff.
If your business is based in England, you have the opportunity to start working towards the Workplace Wellbeing Charter.
What is it?
The Workplace Wellbeing Charter is a voluntary, self-assessment scheme open to all public, private and voluntary sector organisations based in England.
How does it work?
The charter lays out standards for businesses to work towards. The independent standards of the Charter provide a robust evidence-based process for developing organisational strategy and formal accreditation. The free self-assessment tool provides an overview of how far your organisation already meets the criteria of the Charter, and focuses on three key areas for development; leadership, culture, and communication.
Working through the three levels- Commitment, Achievement, and Excellence, puts your organisation on the national register of award holders.
How do I get involved?
Register as a member on the Workplace Wellbeing Charter website. Once registered you will have access to a range of benefits including use of the self-assessment tool to audit your organisations approach to health and wellbeing and use of the standards to identify gaps and create plans to improve.
Membership will also enable you to find a local provider for one to one support and accreditation.
Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland
Awards for the health and wellbeing programmes of business in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are also available: