Wellbeing Workwell Model

The Workwell Model provides an easy to use framework to support the strategic intent to embed wellbeing into an organisations culture.

Responsible businesses position health and wellbeing as strategic boardroom issues inextricably linked to Diversity and Inclusion and Good Work 

Evidence Paper To Support The Workwell Model 107.05 KB

 

BITC’s Workwell Model has been an important driver of improved workplace wellbeing for more than a decade.  This refresh updates its evidence base and highlights areas of current interest, such as sleep and financial wellbeing.

Dr Paul Litchfield CBE, Chair of the What Works Centre for Wellbeing


The Business in the Community Workwell model has been developed with support from the following Business in the Community wellbeing campaign leadership team members;


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Learn more about the work of the  Business in the Community wellbeing campaign leadership team members and how your organisation can be involved.