Successful well-being approaches usually have a strong element of peer-to-peer support, join us to find out how your organisation's well-being strategy can be informed by employee voice.
Based on Business in the Community's Workwell Model (a strategic, proactive and integrated framework for embedding wellbeing into organisational culture), this workshop will examine the importance of taking a whole person, whole systems approach to employee wellbeing at work

News and Opinion

Louise Aston, Director, Business in the Community Wellbeing at Work campaign calls for better performance management systems and training for management.
Rising numbers of employees face demotion, disciplinary action or dismissal after disclosing mental health issues. It's not all bad news though, our new report shows shifting attitudes towards mental wellbeing at work with more employers acknowledging their responsibility to staff mental wellbeing

Use our resources

The time has come to stop talking and to action change.  Use our resources, many of them free to;

  • Talk: Break the culture of silence that surrounds mental health 
  • Train: Invest in basic mental health literacy for all employees
  • Take action: Implement the practical guidance found in our resources. 

Become a member

We support employers through expert advice, resources and networking.
Membership gives access to an advisory service, member-only resources, and a network of peers.  Wellbeing members are encouraged and supported to become proactive and preventative in order to develop a culture of wellbeing within their business.