Engagement & Wellbeing

Responsible Business Week (23-27 April 2018) is an annual awareness campaign which celebrates the brighter side of business by sharing great responsible business success stories.

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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.
Joint venture BmJV used its Health, Safety and Wellbeing programme to deliver a number of initiatives, including free health checks, briefings, and safety incentives to improve the health and wellbeing of their workers and made savings through reduced absence.
Schlüter-Systems Ltd is reducing stress and increasing engagement in its workforce by introducing flexible working, health checks, management mental health training, counselling, and a better office environment.
Barclays has strategically focused on employee wellbeing to sustainably enhance its performance and reputation, while exemplifying Barclays’ Values and making a really positive impact on the lives of those who work there.
The Bank of England is improving staff wellbeing through a strategic approach, and a three-pronged ‘Think well, live well, be well” initiative.
Software company Oracle 'Mind Over Matters' campaign connects their workforce with wellbeing resources and mental health support, enabling the company to save just under £1m from reduced absence. 
ERIKS Industrial Services Ltd brought their global workforce together through a healthy lifestyle challenge which boosted engagement as well as employee wellbeing.
Royal Mail Group are working in partnership to improve employee wellbeing across their workforce of 143,000 employees, challenging mental health stigma and reducing days lost to sick leave.
GE Aviation Wales is looking after its staff with a programme designed to increase mental and physical wellbeing. Focusing on prevention and wellbeing, the programme is making GE and the communities it works in healthier.
Last year, Principality Building Society forged an award winning partnership with mental health charity Mind Cymru, which saw the firm improve the mental well-being of its staff members and the communities it works in.
The Hertfordshire Workplace Wellbeing Practitioners’ event held on 6 March in Hatfield brought together 30 plus delegates who shared best practice and explored how to measure their return on investment from building and developing their wellbeing strategy.