Health and Wellbeing

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Business in the Community (BITC) is supporting organisations to create healthier, happier and more engaged workforces that drive sustainable performance and productivity, benefiting employers, employees, customers and making communities more resilient.

BITC defines ‘wellbeing’ as the mutually supportive relationship between an individual’s mental, physical, social and financial health and their personal wellbeing.

Taking a whole organisation approach to embedding wellbeing into an organisational culture is key to achieving maximum impact. Wellbeing should be positioned as a strategic boardroom issue supporting thriving people, thriving business and thriving communities.

Find out more about BITC’s work on health and wellbeing.

Health and Wellbeing sits under Healthy Communities, one part of BITC’s Responsible Business Map, which guides our members on a journey of continuous improvement, working across the whole responsible business agenda.

Business in the Community is a network of progressive businesses who look beyond the profit motive, who want to make a difference within society and who are prepared to collaborate to bring about change.

Learn more about joining Business in the Community.

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Case Studies

What If Your Job Was Good For You? Case study anthology

What If Your Job Was Good For You? case study anthology provides inspiration and guidance from private and public sector organisations across a range of sectors.
Case Studies

Supporting colleagues affected by bereavement at Royal Mail

In this video Royal Mail Group discuss the crucial role of the employer in supporting staff with the impact of bereavement and suicide.
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Supporting employee wellbeing at Anglian Water

In this video Anglian Water employees talk about their approach to ensuring people’s wellbeing is supported, regardless of their location or work role.
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Procter and Gamble: ways of working that enhance wellbeing

Procter and Gamble (P&G) took their Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy from a topic that had variable engagement to a business strategy that the organisation rallied behind.