BITC’s Wellbeing campaign works to ensure employee wellbeing is a strategic boardroom issue, and to support healthier, happier, and more productive employees. As part of achieving this, their membership scheme gives access to an advisory service, member-only resources, and a network of peers. Wellbeing members are encouraged and supported to become proactive and preventative in order to develop a culture of wellbeing within their business.
There are two levels of partnership. Core partners demonstrate their organisation’s commitment to wellbeing and have access to a wide range of support, and Champion partners also show their commitment to learning and leading on the employee wellbeing agenda, receiving in-depth support and a range of thought leadership opportunities.
Working in a smaller organisation brings unique challenges and opportunities in supporting your own and colleagues' wellbeing. This short eLearning course can build your confidence in thinking and talking about mental health.
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