Last updated: 24/11/2022
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 here.
Workplace Wellbeing Biannual Report: April – September 2022
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: Psychological Wellbeing Services review and Wellbeing Survey
- Exceptions against the strategic action plan
- Divisional Highlights
- Focus for the next 6 months
View our April – September 2022 biannual report
Workplace Wellbeing Offer at UHBW
A menu of wellbeing services and interventions is promoted by our Corporate Workplace Wellbeing team and a network of over 400 wellbeing advocates spread across each site to support communication and engagement activity within local teams.
The Trust’s corporate offer has been characterised into three health interventions to help colleagues to identify and access the provision they need and is informed by demand and current evidence base.
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
- Mike Sheppard