Engagement & Wellbeing

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The Wellbeing campaign supports employers in ensuring employee wellbeing is a strategic boardroom issue. Our members are committed to promoting good physical and mental wellbeing to enhance engagement and productivity. We provide members with tailored and practical advice to achieve this.

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Our ambition is a diverse, skilled and healthy workforce that actively volunteers in communities, with business setting public targets on diversity, fair pay, productivity and wellbeing.
Educating businesses about the mental health treatment and support available to the veterans they employ is the focus of this year’s The Military Mind business symposium, sponsored by Thales UK.
This course looks at how to use Corporate Responsibility to engage your employees and how to use engaged employees to embed your Corporate Responsibility.
Legal & General homeworkers from every corner of the UK got together recently to make a care home in Caerleon a lovelier place – and emerged as muddy mates at the end of their long hard day.
The Peterborough Healthy Workplaces Offer was launched at an event hosted by Buckles Solicitors on 10 October, aimed at helping Peterborough businesses to work with Business in the Community and Peterborough’s Public Health team to improve the health and wellbeing of their employees.
Workplace Health Champions from over 30 employers came together at a recent Workplace Health Champions’ Network event held on 5 October to hear about up and coming campaigns and the resources available to support their in-house events.
Workplace Health Champions from Cambridgeshire employers came together at a recent Workplace Health Champions’ Network event and gained a better understanding of managing alcohol in the workplace and the impact it can have on business productivity.




Workplace Health Champions from Cambridgeshire employers came together at a recent Workplace Health Champions’ Network event and gained a better understanding of managing alcohol in the workplace and the impact this can have on business productivity.
John Neill, Chairman and CEO of Unipart led a small group of business leaders on a Seeing is Believing visit on Tuesday 18 October in London to highlight the actions that business leaders can take to bring about change in society, thereby increasing their commercial advantage.
Workplace Wellbeing Leads from almost 25 Cambridgeshire employers came together at a recent Employee Wellbeing Practitioners’ Network event held on 13 October to better understand how to develop a wellbeing strategy and measure its return on investment.
Andy Briggs, CEO of Aviva UK and Ireland Life and Chair of Business in the Community’s Leadership Team on Age at Work will lead the team in its role as Business Champion.
Delegates from across Hertfordshire came together to share their experiences and upskill to improve mental health in the workplace on 8 September.