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Workplace Wellbeing

Last updated: 04/06/2024

Workplace Wellbeing Strategic Framework 2020-2025

The Trust 5-year strategic framework for Workplace Wellbeing supports our determination to make UHBW a great place to work, where we attract and retain exceptional people and help them develop exceptional careers in a caring and supportive work environment.

Our Workplace Wellbeing Strategic Framework 2020-2025 sets out the steps we take to ensure colleagues are supported with both their physical and psychological wellbeing and deliver on our commitment to build a culture of engagement and diversity that truly drives the best behaviours in our people and supports their health and wellbeing.

View our 5-year strategic framework

Workplace Wellbeing Biannual Report: October 2023 to March 2024

The purpose of the biannual wellbeing report is to ensure the Trust implements sound assurance, delivery and governance processes aligned to the 5-year strategic framework, underpinned by a robust evaluation model. It comprises:

  • Report Governance including Risk and Assurance
  • Key Successes: of the past 6 months linked to strategic objectives
  • Spotlight on: Workplace Health Checks, Wellbeing eLearning, Menopause Resources and Workplace Yoga
  • Exceptions against the strategic action plan 2023/24
  • Divisional Highlights: progress in past six months and priorities for Q1-2.
  • Focus for the next 12months: Workplace Wellbeing Strategic Plan 2024/25.

View our October 2023 to March 2024 biannual report

Workplace Wellbeing at UHBW

Wellbeing services and interventions are promoted by our Corporate Workplace Wellbeing team and a network of over 450 wellbeing advocates spread across each site to support communication and engagement activity within local teams.

UHBW colleagues can log into the Workplace Wellbeing SharePoint site and/or download our Workplace Wellbeing booklet.

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Corporate Workplace Wellbeing team

New and existing colleagues wishing to find out more about the workplace wellbeing provision available are welcome to contact our friendly workplace wellbeing team:

  • Claire Haley
  • Katie Bray
  • Sarah Horley

Email: wellbeing@uhbw.nhs.uk