A step-by-step guide to Britain's Healthiest Workplace
Step 1: Sign up
Sign up, it only takes 2 minutes. We’ll then send a link to a form where you’ll tell us about your organisation and tailor your employee survey.
Step 2: Employees take part
Send the survey link to your employees to fill out. They'll each get a report on their health and tips on how to maintain or improve it.
Step 3: Get insights
Book a session with our wellbeing experts. They’ll take you through your employee’s health, engagement and performance report.
What’s the timeline and key dates?
- Sign up today
- Day 1 – Send your employees a link to the survey. It’ll take them around 20-minutes
- Day 21 – Survey closes to your employees
- Within 3 weeks – Book a consultation with our health and wellbeing experts and get your survey results
- 30 September 2022 – Britain’s Healthiest Workplace entries close
- November 2022 – Get your organisation’s accreditation status and find out the Britain's Healthiest Workplace 2022 winners.
What does the survey measure?
You can add extra modules to the survey, too:
+ Financial wellbeing
+ Women’s and men’s health.
How are the survey questions chosen?
Once we have our survey results, is there a way to track progress?
Your status is a simple way to understand your employee's health and wellbeing and is a good tool for tracking progress. You can get an updated status every year.
Britain’s Healthiest Workplace board members:
- Professor Dame Carol Black DBE, FRCP BSD – Britain’s Healthiest Workplace chair and Expert Adviser for NHS England & Public Health England
- Professor Dame Jenny Harries DBE – Chief Executive, UK Health Security Agency
- Professor Jeffery Pfeffer – Professor, Stanford University
- Professor Sara Singer – Professor, Stanford University
- Chris van Stolk – Executive Vice President, RAND Europe
- Dr Steve Boorman CBE – Director of Employee Health, Empactis
- Stephen Bevan – Head, HR Research Development Institute for Employment Studies
- Andrew Jack – Global Education Editor, Financial Times
- Professor Sir Cary Cooper CBE – 50th Anniversary Professor of Organizational Psychology & Health, ALLIANCE Manchester Business School, University of Manchester
- Professor Brendan Burchell – Director of Graduate Education, Department of sociology at University of Cambridge
- Professor Andrew Curran – Chief Scientific Advisor and Director of Research at Health and Safety Executive
- Shaun Subel – Director, Vitality Research Institute
- Jill Pritchard – Director, Vitality at Work
- Charles Alberts – Head of Wellbeing Solutions UK, Aon.