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.
Adopting a data driven approach is a critical success factor in creating a culture of workplace wellbeing. This fact sheet from CEIH provides tips on what and how to measure it and criteria for assessing tools you can use to create actionable insights through wellbeing measurement.
This Australia/NZ research summarises the strengths and weakneses a selection of different tools used between 2010 and 2020 to measure workers' wellbeing. Of the 18 anaylsed, only 2 were rated 'Very Good' and 3 were identified as having the greatest number of positively rated measurement properties. All had gaps in their construction or design
WELCOA sponsored research into 18 award winning wellness programs identifies 6 best practices that can help employers achieve better employee outcomes and bottom-line returns. It also details how wellbeing can be leveraged to meet business challenges and become more competitive, together with tactical steps for program design.
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.
Evaluation is a crucial, but typically overlooked, step in creating a sustainable workplace wellness strategy. In this webinar, Dr Angela Martin draws on a growing body of literature around what constitutes best practice in evaluating workplace wellness initiatives and help translate the knowledge into practical tools and tips you can action in your workplace.