Better Physical & Psychological Health

Wellness directly affects how engaged people are in their work; and together, wellness and engagement will support good performance over a sustained period.

Wellness depends on both physical and psychological good health. The Workwell model uses the definitions developed by Towers Perrin, so physical health covers overall health and energy/stamina, while psychological health includes levels of stress/anxiety, intrinsic satisfaction, accomplishment, optimism, confidence, control, empowerment and safety.

Better Physical & Psychological Health

The Workwell Campaign offers Topic Specific Toolkits, developed by business for business. They provide practical quidance on a wide range of topics to help organisations develop and implement integrated and holistic health and wellbeing programmes.

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These metrics have been taken from the Business in the Community Public Reporting Guidelines: Employee Wellness and Engagement.

The Workwell Campaign offers Topic Specific Toolkits, developed by business for business. They provide practical quidance on a wide range of topics to help organisations develop and implement integrated and holistic health and wellbeing programmes.

Emotional Resilience Toolkit

Healthy Eating Toolkit

Physical Activity Toolkit

Skills, Health and Wellbeing Toolkit

Working Joints and Muscles Toolkit

Healthy People = Healthy Profits

 

Case Studies

Johnson Matthey

Johnson Matthey has been focusing on improving workplace health programmes following the introduction of a revised corporate health management strategy in 2005 to strengthen workplace health protection and to promote good general health, wellbeing and performance of the workforce.
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American Express

The aim is to help employees shift their view of health benefits, engage in preventative care, and be inspired to adopt new healthier behaviours that benefit individuals and their families.
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