Workplace Wellness Audit and Employee Survey
Performing a Wellness Audit will deliver accurate information about the current status of employee and workplace wellness at your organisation. It also acts as a catalyst to build awareness amongst management and staff for increasing the emphasis on workplace health within your business.
It serves to recognise workplace initiatives that positively influence employee health and well-being and to identify organisational health opportunities within the workplace. It can be the foundation that helps embed wellness in the company culture.
What’s included in the audit?
- Initial Consultation
- HR / Wellness coordinator questionnaire
- Administration of Company-wide Wellness Survey
- Presentation of Findings
- Recommended Actions to Take
- Full Report (pdf)
The questionnaire is completed by the person or team in the business responsible for wellness activities. The aim is to understand more about your business. The responses are used to help customise our standard wellness survey to best suit your organisational objectives.
Employee Wellness Survey
Regularly listening to what your employees have to say significantly increases the likelihood of engagement. It stands to reason that initiatives you create and organise will have a greater chance of success if they are based on feedback from employees expressing an interest in those specific areas. An employee wellness survey can provide the baseline from which all of your workplace wellness initiatives and programmes could be developed.
The Office Worker Health employee wellness survey will gather data on the general health of your workforce. We look at the physical activity, nutrition, hydration, resilience and sleep habits of employees. We take a snapshot of how employees view the organisation from a wellness standpoint and find out specific personal preferences. You’ll get a detailed report and recommendations that you can use to create or improve your wellness offerings.
We recommend a targeted wellness survey be conducted each quarter. Taking the wellness pulse of employees on a quarterly basis provides the foundation for a wellness programme that can be continuously evaluated and improved. It also lets employees know that their employer genuinely cares about their health and wellbeing (a real shot in the arm for your retention rates). Add in an incentive such as a draw for a wearable fitness device each quarter and you should see good response rates to your survey.
Benefits of the Office Worker Health Wellness Audit and Employee Survey
- Independent and anonymous
- Guide the actions of your wellness coordinator/team
- Identify employee needs and preferences
- Align wellness initiatives with your business goals and objectives
- Exposes the unwritten “norms” and rules
- Baseline for creation of a new, or modification of an existing wellness programme
- Promote a culture that supports healthy behaviours and happy employees
- Provide evidence and documentation to support workplace wellbeing accreditations
Businesses that encourage wellness and healthy lifestyles see a measurable, positive impact on the lives of workers and their families – and on the health of the organisation’s bottom line. In addition, healthy employees are happier and tend to stay at their current place of employment, reducing turnover and hiring costs.
The best companies in the world look after their people because they know that they will, over time, look after their business.
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