The Wellbeing SA Healthy Workplace Toolkit is a practical guide for employers, managers and leaders to help create and maintain healthy workplaces and provides a step-by-step process and supporting tools to help you plan, action and evaluate a workplace health and wellbeing strategy.
This Building Workplace Wellbeing Guide by the SA Commission on Excellence and Innovation in Health adopts an evidenced base to identify critical areas for action to assist the healthcare sector in strengthening workplace wellbeing, including how to establish effective structures and processes.
In 2021, Wellbeing SA surveyed 280 workplaces to better understand the factors which enable, hinder and motivate organisations to act on workplace health and wellbeing. Key findings included the fact that whilst the importance was recognised, overall understanding was limited, with impeding factors including capacity, capability, skills and knowledge and leadership/empowerment.
This case study provides examples of Pernod Ricard Winemakers practical approach to improving early intervention and return to work outcomes for its workers.
This case study provides examples of Williams Seafoods practical approach to improving early intervention and return to work outcomes for its workers.
Initiated by staff and supported by management, Country Home services has developed a flexible and engaging Wellness program.
Lutheran Community Care is encouraging staff to pick up a bike helmet instead of car keys, offering company bicycles and cycle safety training.
This business enterprise centre supports other small sized, local workplaces to get healthy, so it makes sense to also model some healthy practices and activities of their own.
Healthy Body Healthy Mind is a program built around the needs of staff within Government Services Group, allowing employees to join in any number of health and wellbeing activities at one of their 22 worksites, including practical ’stress less’ workshops and pedometer challenges.