Promoting positive change in the workplace
Wellbeing shapes the quality of our working lives. It colours how we live and whether we enjoy health and happiness or suffer anxiety and illness. Research also shows that it’s a major factor in employee performance and productivity, and therefore in business effectiveness and profit.
This is why employers are beginning to realise that a meaningful and sustained workplace wellbeing strategy is not an extravagance, it’s a business imperative.
Wellbeing Pulse delivers the latest in thinking, research and techniques across the four pillars of employee wellbeing: mental, physical, social and financial. In doing this, we aim to support you in adopting real-world strategies across and beyond the UK banking industry.
Wellbeing Pulse is the blog of the Bank Workers Charity (BWC), an organisation that believes continual improvements within the workplace lead to more resilient employees.
Mental health is becoming a serious consideration for employers who are grappling with the misinformation and stigma surrounding it.
Read our posts on mental wellbeing.
Employee relationships are inextricably linked with psychological and physical health and affect how people perform at work.
Read our posts on social wellbeing.
Organisations cannot afford to overlook the importance of physical wellbeing to employee health, productivity and engagement.
Read our posts on physical wellbeing.
Research into the ramifications of financial stresses and how these spill over into the workplace is causing organisations to take notice.
Read our posts on financial wellbeing.