Adults spend a third of their life at work—so work environments play a big part in health and wellbeing. This guide provides information and advice for employers on policies and practices to help promote workplace physical and mental health.
On average, adults spend one third of their life at work, which means our working environment can play a big part in our health and wellbeing. Not only does a supportive work environment have a positive impact on health, but healthier workforces are more productive too.
Bristol City Council has produced a set of connected web pages for employers with background information, advice and lots of links to further reading. They cover:
This report from Leapers explores the problem points are for independent workers- for example, how money uncertainty can cause anxiety, or the stress of administration tasks. It also offers suggestions of what might help freelancers to improve their wellbeing.
Thrive at Work is a free health and wellbeing accreditation programme for workplaces across the West Midlands. It's designed to support employers to improve their health and wellbeing offer and engage more effectively with their employees.
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