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MAKE A COMMITMENT

Make a visible, long-term commitment to tackling causes of work-related stress and to promote workm8te wellbeing in your workplace.


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Don’t wait until your workm8tes are burnt out or injured before you act. Prevention is key.

A charter, commitment, or vision – what you call it doesn’t matter. What does matter is that senior leadership own it and believe in it. It must be visible, understood by all workm8tes, and acted upon – not stuck in a folder or up on a pinboard to be forgotten.


Each workplace is different, and you need to own your vision, but we do have some pointers to help you and your leadership team craft a wellbeing vision for a stress-free, safe workplace.

It should be a concise statement that describes the future state for your workm8tes’ wellbeing and no-stress initiative. The statement should answer the question – what kind of workplace do we want to create? A clear inspiration for workers on the future state.

Here is a suggestion – but remember you really need to make it your own:


[Organisation name] recognises the importance of physical, emotional, social, financial & environmental wellbeing in our whole lives as well as in the workplace.


We at [Organisation name] are committed to supporting worker wellbeing by addressing work-related stress to create a stress-free, safe and thriving workplace.



Now you have a commitment. Communicate it to your workm8tes and act on it.




GET TO KNOW YOUR WORKM8TES

DO YOU KNOW THE MENTAL HEALTH OF YOUR WORKPLACE?
TAKE THE WORKER WELLBEING SURVEY
WORK PLACE RISK ASSESSMENT
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