How is your business’s workplace wellbeing?

In a time when people are our businesses – your workforce’s wellbeing is not a subject that can be ignored.

In our ‘Workplace Wellbeing Cultural Assessment Survey’ we engage your entire workforce (anonymously) to delve into

7 key dimensions, giving you a rounded, thorough, and factually founded assessment to move forward your wellbeing strategy.

of employees are not engaged in their work
of employees say they’d work harder if they were better appreciated

The 7 Dimensions of Workplace Wellbeing


Physical wellbeing is about positive health and bodily functioning, including high energy levels, restful sleep, regular exercise, adequate mobility and movement, good nutrition and access to good health care.


Mental wellbeing encompasses everything to do with the thinking mind, including the ability to handle stress effectively, ability to focus and concentrate, and capacity for creativity and innovation. Increased mental wellbeing strengthens resilience, mental clarity and enhances decision making.


Emotional wellbeing is about
self confidence, self-esteem, and self-efficacy. It includes emotional resilience, emotional strength and equanimity, our ability to manage emotions effectively, have positive relationships, and effectively handle conflict.


Professional wellbeing is about trust in management, belief in the organisation’s mission and values, and opportunities of advancement. It encompasses company culture and how people treat each other, levels of empowerment and accountability, clear communication and management showing empathy and providing personal and professional support.


Financial wellbeing encompasses financial literacy, including feelings of being able to manage and control one’s finances and to make sound financial decisions, feelings of financial security and ability to make choices that allow for enjoyment of life. It also includes fair pay, compensation transparency and rewards.


Environmental wellbeing is
about the physical environment, including access to the necessary physical resources and attractive hybrid or flexible working policies. It also includes non-physical resources, such as employee competence, company pride, sense of purpose, sense of work-life harmony and psychological safety.


Social wellbeing is the sense
of belonging to a community, including supportive and fulfilling relationships, feelings of trust
and cooperation, a sense of social connectedness and acceptance, acknowledgement and recognition, and opportunity to contribute.

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