We are excited to launch the first Workplace Wellbeing Practitioners’ Survey, a joint research initiative from The Wellbeing Leader and E-Reward.co.uk.
Here is a real opportunity to take part in a unique new research survey for workplace wellbeing practitioners, which can help to shape and define the future of this emerging function and profession.
This survey will be of interest to people who have responsibility for influencing or contributing to workplace wellbeing at an operational, tactical or strategic level. It is particularly suitable if you are seeking to leverage workplace wellbeing in your organisation, as well as having a say in developing your career in the field.
Who should take part in the survey?
The survey is open to any in-house practitioner who has responsibility or some form of influence with wellbeing in a UK-based organisation with at least 50 employees.
Take part to enter a £200 John Lewis prize draw. All participants will be entered into a prize draw to win a £200 John Lewis electronic gift card.
Please click here to start the survey.
Why is there a need for this research?
The World Economic Forum cites organisational health as one of the Top 10 trends that will impact the global economy in coming years. Indeed leading academics forecast that organisational health will one day surpass all other disciplines in business as the greatest opportunity for improvement and competitive advantage.
Against that background, many organisations are putting in place their workplace wellbeing propositions, with HR and/or Occupational Health invariably finding themselves thrust into leading and developing the strategy. Often this is a bolt-on to their day jobs, where they face a steep learning curve with little or no expertise.
While wellbeing advisers/providers plug this gap to some extent, the market is bewildering and fragmented to an unlearned wellbeing practitioner. This often leads to situations where “solutions” drive strategy, and they don’t really get into the deeper cultural and behavioural aspects of wellbeing that underpin a holistic, proactive and transformational approach.
What does this research cover?
This comprehensive survey digs deep into workplace wellbeing in terms of the key organisational drivers and how wellbeing is structured and resourced. It is also asks practitioners to assess their competencies, development needs and career aspirations.
How long will the survey take to complete?
You should allow about 10-15 minutes to complete the survey.
Will I receive a copy of the survey findings?
All participants will receive a complimentary copy of the survey report later this year. But please note, the survey is confidential and all responses will be analysed anonymously.
Who are the researchers?
The research is a joint initiative between E-reward.co.uk and The Wellbeing Leader.
How do I start?
Please click here to start the survey. Please note the survey will be open until Friday 26th April.
Thank you for your time.
The Wellbeing Leader