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New Workplace Wellbeing Charter

Date: 12 Dec 2011

Workplace Wellbeing Charter

After direction from the Cross Government team for consistency across England in the business engagement of health work and wellbeing programmes a new Workplace Wellbeing Charter has been developed for England. This comes after a number of queries, particularly from organisations that have multi sites across a wide geographical spread, who wanted to work towards a framework on work and health which is consistent across all their sites, signposts towards reliable resources and good practice, and because of the boundary imitations of local award schemes.

 For further information please click here or contact the Workplace Health Coorindator.

Employee Feedback

"I am lucky to work for an organisation whose management has whole-heartedly supported me throughout the process of obtaining the Healthy Workplace Awards.  The Directors have never said ‘no’ and it is great to know that my employer is interested in everyone’s well-being at work.  Not only have they approved my initiatives but they have also led by example and joined in some of them too.  They have committed, what are for us, scarce resources and agreed more flexible working policies as well as offering support to staff who may struggle with work or with personal problems through solid employment policies and management techniques"- Louise Mallas, YMCA Cornwall

Ginsters

A reduction in cost of advertising and agency fees attest to the fact fewer people leave the company and that candidates now approach Ginsters direct as they are seen as an employer of choice.  Number of applicants in 2005 = 2481, in 2006 = 3641 and in 2008 = 3764.  Advertising costs reduced from £50,743 in 2005 to £33,805 in 2007 and £18,126 in 2008. 

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