Help your employees get happier, healthier and more productiveFounded by Vitality, the Britain's Healthiest Workplace survey:
✓ Gives you deep insight into your employee’s lifestyle, physical and mental health and affects the pandemic has had on them
✓ Gives you recommendations to help boost their physical and mental wellbeing
✓ Helps improve business outcomes like productivity and retention
✓ Helps you write, execute and measure an effective wellbeing strategy.
In January we’ll announce the 2023 winners in the three organisation size categories.
What our participants think
Since 2013, 580 organisations and 193,000 employees have taken part.
"It can help shape the strategy going forward"
"I think it's a good all-round survey that gives insight into all areas of working for the organisation from an individual perspective. Gives some good information back that can help shape the strategy going forward."
"Great insights on which areas of wellbeing we should invest in"
""It provides great insight on which areas of wellbeing we should invest in to have tangible health benefits, and our leadership's commitment to health and wellbeing. It's provided some great evidence to reinforce the current public health situation with regards to financial wellbeing and general lifestyle."
"The data is always really useful and valuable"
"Great survey, the data is always really useful and valuable to back up things we say or assume. It was a great tool to demonstrate that the health of our employees is changing and deteriorating and that line managers need to change their traditional approach. They need to acknowledge how wellbeing impacts performance and include this in more of their 121's and personal goal setting."
Lessons from our 2022 winners
We hear how the lessons these organisations learnt can be embedded into your own organisations.
Employee health and wellbeing has never been so important
“It’s clear from Britain’s Healthiest Workplace findings that the UK is facing a perform storm when it comes to wellbeing at work. The survey is an important step in any organisation’s journey towards cultivating healthier, more productive workplaces.”
- Professor Dame Carol Black DBE, FRCP BSD. Britain’s Healthiest Workplace chair and Chair of NHSE/I Health and Well-being Advisory Group on employee health