Workplace wellbeing surveys
We believe that for a workplace wellbeing survey should meet both individual and organisational needs. Our approach was to create a flexible tool that follows our behavioural health model and allows an organisation to assess a wide range of work, health and personal issues.
We also believe that service integration, value and engagement feedback is essential for future strategy development
The wellbeing surveys are not a single intervention but are a tool that allows clients to increase utilisation of existing services and identify future needs. Our bespoke profiles are built to fit each organisation. We have a large question bank to draw from and will work with you to design and operate a comprehensive employee wellbeing profile.
A wellbeing survey is a valuable tool when designing an organisational strategy as they provide a snapshot of the wellbeing within a set population and detail, both health risk and health intentions. They also provide valuable feedback on current services.
Our profiles take a few minutes to complete, are confidential and can be deployed across the whole organisation or targeted groups. Upon completion a detailed organisational report is produced.
Put simply, a health risk appraisal can be part of an organisation-wide strategy that addresses health risk factors that are amenable to change. No organisation can change a person’s age or medical history, but it can advise people on factors such as diet and nutrition, smoking, drinking, fitness and exercise, and so on.
What is a wellbeing survey?
A wellbeing survey is used to evaluate of their health risks and behaiours. There are a range of options available, however most capture information relating to:
–Demographic characteristics – age, gender
–Lifestyle – exercise, smoking, alcohol intake, diet
–Personal and family medical history
–Physiological data – weight, height, blood pressure, cholesterol
–Attitudes and willingness to change behaviour in order to improve health
Built the WELL programme – UK’s first Health Risk Appraisal – distributed to organisations such as GSK, Bechtel , Citigroup, Bombardier, Magnox, KPMG, Colleges, councils etc Estimated over 300000 completions in 3 years, average utilisation 72%, lowest 49% (police force). Not just a HRA but behavioural programme driving population health management. Paper and online completion.
Built HRA ‘s for Wellbeing people, PPC Worldwide Employee Assistance programme, Validium, Team Prevent and one for Warwick international computing.
We developed a Sleep Assessment product with Loughborough University for workplace risk and performance enhancement
Successful usage of HRA
–GlaxoSmithKline in 2004/5 enabled us to implement a health risk appraisal programme (The WELL programme) that achieved uptake of 53% to 89% across the business including office/manufacturing business units.The programme was the catalyst for the GSK Road Map and Employee Health Management programme.
–We have enabled our clients to enter and win numerous prestigious awards such as Personnel Today and Employee Benefits’. Out the City of York schools picked up three awards in 2003
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Designing bespoke surveys
We believe that for a health risk assessment/wellbeing survey should meet both individual and organisational needs. Data should drive and measure the impact of interventions.
We begin by understanding your reasons for surveying and take time to understand your business.We discuss your goals, reporting outcomes and timelines.
Design & launch
We develop the bespoke survey using standard and bespoke questions and support deployment with communication material, deployment advice and guidance.
Report and action planning
We provide a detailed report and the opportunity to discuss the findings with our specialist consultants.
Health & Lifestyle Online Assessment
Our health assessment focuses on key lifestyle areas that may be controllable and affect wellbeing.
The assessment takes 10 minutes to complete. Each participant receives a personal health lights report that highlights areas of strength and areas in need of improvement. The report rates each section, along with easy-to-understand next steps for health improvement. Focusing on behavioural choices allows us to identify potential future health risks and better direct each participant to where they can make healthier choices to improve their health status.
Self help information
Our Wellbeing Tracker gives access to many more resources, in addition to the Health Assessor. Videos, podcasts, articles and links to relevant websites and research documents as well as a Health Library which is a glossary of features providing background information to give an in-depth understanding of each health metric and resource.
The Wellbeing Tracker Provides Self Help Information and a Comprehensive Online Review of Health and Lifestyle Risk Factors.