Community’s mental health charter
A public pledge can be a useful way of showing that mental health is important to your organisation. By signing this charter, an employer commits...
An introduction to the key concepts in wellbeing at work: the links between work, health and wellbeing, the five domains of wellbeing (physical, emotional, organisation/work, personal development, and values), and the role of stakeholders.
Fostering employee wellbeing is good for people and their employers. It can help problems from escalating and help create positive working environments where individuals and organisations can thrive. This factsheet explores the relationship between work, health and wellbeing and the five domains of CIPD’s wellbeing model: physical, emotional, organisation/work, personal development, and values.
Introductory text, key take-aways, the CIPD’s viewpoint and a video are visible to all, but you’ll need a (free) membership of the CIPD website to read the whole factsheet.
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