Based on Business in the Community's Workwell Model, this workshop will examine the importance of taking a whole person approach to employee wellbeing at work.
The Workwell Model provides an integrated framework for embedding wellbeing into organisational culture, and the focus of the workshop will be the two leading causes of health-related absenteeism, mental and musculoskeletal health.
Join us at this event to learn more about the business and moral case and be able to position wellbeing as a strategic boardroom issue and learn how to create a strategy based on best practice, evidenced by inspirational senior leaders.

News and Opinion

Business in the Community is calling upon all employers to Commit & Publish their workforce age data to help ensure the 2022 target of one million more older workers is met.
Sandra Kerr OBE, Business in the Community Race Equality Director says that the time for talking is over, we need employers to now actively progress the work on race inclusion and progression in the workplace.
Our new toolkit developed in association with PHE, offers practical guidance on how employers can work to minimise the impact of poor musculoskeletal health and reduce the number of absence days attributed to this.

Diversity Benchmark

Our benchmark is a management tool to help organisations evaluate their performance, including peer comparisons, and inform evidence-based decision-making around workplace diversity.

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